Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia to start easing restrictions from Thursday

Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia to start easing restrictions from Thursday
Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia to start easing restrictions from Thursday

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A deserted motorway in the Saudi capital Riyadh. AFP

The courtyard and surrounding roads of the closed Grand Camlica Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. Getty Images

A deserted beach in Egypt's northern Mediterranean coastal city of Alexandria. AFP

Algerian police officers block the access in central Algiers. Algeria's government announced earlier this week it is reinforcing curfew restrictions imposed nationwide to limit the spread of the coronavirus. AP Photo

A family takes a selfie in a deserted square of Algiers. AP Photo

A deserted street in Moroccan capital Rabat, as the country is put under lockdown. AFP

A deserted street in Moroccan capital Rabat, as the country is under lockdown to tackle the coronavirus. AFP

A closed cinema during Eid in Cairo, Egypt. Reuters

An amusement park is seen empty during the first day of Eid in Amman, Jordan. Reuters

A deserted amusement park during the first day of Eid in Baghdad, Iraq. Reuters

A nearly empty street in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. EPA

Senior citizens, after having been on lockdown, are allowed to venture outdoors and enjoy the Bosphorus shoreline for a part of the first day of Eid in Istanbul, Turkey. Getty Images

Palestinian policemen wearing face masks patrol to prevent people from gathering in front of the sea of Gaza, in the occupied Gaza City, Gaza Strip. EPA

An Iraqi grocer waits for customers at his road side stall in Baghdad's Sadriya district, Iraq. EPA

A Jordanian police officer works at a checkpoint during the first day of Eid in Amman, Jordan. Reuters

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