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Islamic Affairs closed 9 more mosques after 15 cases of Coronavirus cases were found

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Islamic Affairs closed 9 more mosques after 15 cases of Coronavirus cases were found in these mosques. As per the tweet, “Temporarily closing 9 mosques, after 15 cases of Corona were recorded among worshipers.”

Islamic Affairs closed 9 more mosques after 15 cases of Coronavirus cases were found

Islamic Affairs: “a total of 79 mosques were closed during 9 days due to Corona, 62 of which were opened after the completion of the sterilization and the completion of the readiness.”


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