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Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia To Reopen Mosques May 31

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The government of Saudi Arabia today announced that it will reopen all mosque in the country from the 31st of may. The ministry said it will begin easing restrictions in a phased manner this week, with the curfew relaxed between 6 am and 3 pm between Thursday and Saturday.
Saudi Arabia To Reopen Mosques May 31
Saudi Arabia To Reopen Mosques May 31
From Sunday until June 20, the curfew will be further eased until 8 pm, the ministry added. The kingdom will lift the lockdown entirely from June 21. “Starting from Thursday, the kingdom will enter a new phase (in dealing with the pandemic) and will gradually return to normal based on the rules of social distancing,” Health Minister Tawfiq Al-Rabiah.
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