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Coronavirus: Iran, avoid mosques

2020-02-25T11:46:28.251Z

Shiite religious leaders, including Ayatollah Yussef Sanei, have urged Iranians not to go to public places, including those of a religious nature such as mosques, following the spread of the coronavirus. The Irna agency reports. (HANDLE)



(ANSA) - TEHERAN, FEBRUARY 25 - Shiite religious leaders, including Ayatollah Yussef Sanei, have invited Iranians not to go to public places, including those of a religious nature such as mosques, following the spread of the coronavirus. Loriferisce the Irna agency. An appeal launched, underlining the Ayatollah, in the name of Sharia, that is Islamic law, as well as common sense.
The authorities advised the population to leave the house as little as possible and in any case not to use public transportation. Meanwhile, protective masks continue to be in short supply, despite the government saying that several million have been produced since the outbreak. In recent days, some people had been arrested on suspicion of hoarding 4.5 million masks.

Source: ansa

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