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DUBAI — The United Arab Emirates has suspended public prayers in all places of worship including mosques across the country for four weeks as part of the efforts to stem the spread of coronavirus in the country, state news agency WAM reported on Monday.The authorities have called on citizens and residents to comply with the directive to protect themselves and others.
Several churches in the UAE had announced temporary closures and the suspension of Mass starting March 12 to curb the spread of the deadly virus, according to a report in The National newspaper.
A number of public places have been closed across the Emirates during the past few days.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the UAE stood at 98 as of Sunday, according to the ministry of Health.
A total of 26 patients have since made full recoveries after receiving treatment in the Emirates.
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