Saudi government to cover 60 per cent of salaries amid coronavirus

Saudi government to cover 60 per cent of salaries amid coronavirus
Saudi government to cover 60 per cent of salaries amid coronavirus

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Palestinian artist Rana al-Ramlawi works on a sand sculpture in front of her home in Gaza City during the novel coronavirus pandemic crisis. AFP

Boys sell cotton candy an hour ahead of the curfew imposed by the government as prevention measures due to the coronavirus outbreak, in Cairo, Egypt. AP Photo

A woman displays her mask as Filipinos who availed general amnesty granted by the Kuwaiti government gather at the Kuwait International Airport Terminal on their home to Manila amid the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic crisis. For systematic documentations, illegal ex-pats from the Philippines, Egypt, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and other countries were at first, requested to submit themselves at a school compound in Farwaniya arranged according to nationalities. AFP

An Iraqi man wearing a protective face mask and gloves gives a bottle of water to a homeless man, who sits in front of a closed shop during a curfew imposed to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Basra, Iraq. REUTERS

People walk or ride bicycles over a bridge, during the novel coronavirus pandemic crisis, in the Emirati city of . AFP

An Iraqi public hospital specialised doctor checks a woman's temperature for COVID-19 in the capital Baghdad's suburb of Sadr City, as part of actions taken by the authorities against the spread of the novel coronavirus. The process of examining citizens at their residences in Baghdad's eastern districts was launched in order to detect infection with the virus in the area where many cases were found to isolate patients and take them for treatment in public hospitals to limit the spread of the pandemic. AFP

A woman covering her face walks past a poster depicting late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in Shatila Palestinian refugee camp, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Beirut suburbs, Lebanon. REUTERS

Libyans wearing protective face masks queue in front of a bank in the centre of the capital Tripoli, amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic crisis. AFP

A fully veiled Syrian woman sews protective masks against the coronavirus COVID-19 at a workshop belonging to the humanitarian organisation Voluntary Relief Association, in the rebel-held town of Binnish in Syria's northwestern Idlib province. Fears are high that the virus could spread rapidly among the war-battered country's most vulnerable communities. The violence-plagued northwest, where around a million people have been displaced by conflict since December alone, is particularly vulnerable. AFP

Empty chairs and tables are seen in a closed shop as a man walks towards a near-empty ferry pier in Istanbul, Turkey. Turkey has confirmed 168 deaths and 11,535 positive cases of the coronavirus, officials continue to implement steps to contain the spread of the virus including a ban on all intercity bus travel, all Internationals flights have been stopped and recreational activities such as fishing, jogging and barbecuing have been suspended in a bid to stop the spread of the virus. Getty Images

A woman wears a protective face mask and gloves, amid fear of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), as she sells the masks in Tajrish square in Tehran, Iran. REUTERS

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