Saudi Arabia shuts 12 mosques temporarily after Covid19 cases found among worshipers


Saudi Arabia shuts 12 mosques temporarily

Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Dawah, and Guidance temporarily shut 12 mosques in 5 regions. After 12 cases of coronavirus found amongst the worshipers.

The total number of mosques closed during 90 days reached 1068 mosques, of which 1054 were opened after the end of sterilization and the completion of the readiness.

Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Dawah, and Guidance


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