Saudi Arabia Suspends Pilgrimages to Mecca over Coronavirus

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Saudi Arabia on Thursday said it will square outsiders from making a trip to Mecca and the Kaaba, the 3D shape molded structure at the focal point of the yearly hajj journey, out of worry over the spread of the coronavirus.

As far as possible likewise apply to the Prophet Muhammad’s mosque in Medina, as per the Associated Press.

Likewise, Saudi authorities have stopped section to the realm by those with traveler visas from nations influenced by coronavirus, the AP announced.

The endeavors to shield Islam’s holiest locales come a very long time in front of the yearly hajj, which will start in July. The quantity of pioneers from outside Saudi Arabia who go to the occasion can arrive at 2 million or more.

This is a creating story. Return for refreshes. The Associated Press added to this story.

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