Saudi Arabia closes mosques for violation of COVID-19 protocols

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Saudi Arabia closes mosques for violation of COVID-19 protocols 

The Saudi government has closed some mosques after worshipers were found to be infected with coronavirus.

The Ministry of Religious Affairs says five mosques have been closed, four in the capital Riyadh and one near the border in the north, according to the state news agency.

About 57 mosques in Saudi Arabia are now closed for a week, while 44 of them have been reopened after being sprayed and conditions for mosques.

The government has urged people to abide by the rules of the corridor and report any mosque that violates the rules.

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