Saudi Arabia sees 1,197 new coronavirus infections

Saudi Arabia sees 1,197 new coronavirus infections
Saudi Arabia sees 1,197 new coronavirus infections

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Worshippers perform taraweeh prayer in front of the Kaaba in the Grand Mosque on the first day of Ramadan in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. While the general public are not allowed to enter because of the coronavirus pandemic, imams at Islam’s holiest site still lead the daily prayers with staff and workers. AFP

Saudi policemen stand guard next to the Kaaba in Makkah's Grand Mosque on the first day of Ramadan. AFP

A Syrian man rides his bicycle in the city of Qamishli in Syria's northeastern Hasakeh province on April 24, 2020, on the first day of Ramadan. AFP

A peddlar sells bread and pastries from a cart in the rain in a square in Syria's northwestern city of Idlib on April 24, 2020, on the first day of Ramadan. AFP

A Lebanese drummer (Musaharati) wears a protective mask and carries a small drum as he makes his rounds waking Muslims for Suhor, the meal taken during Ramadan before sunrise prayers, amid the coronavirus lockdown in Beirut, Lebanon, 25 April 2020. EPA

A juice vendor wears a protective mask as he waits for customers, on the first day of Ramadan in Beirut, Lebanon, 24 April 2020. EPA

A Lebanese supporter of the Jemaah Islamiyah wears a medical mask, drives his ATV to celebrate in the first day of Ramadan in Beirut, Lebanon, 24 April 2020. EPA

A member of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad hands out water bottles ahead of the breaking of the fast during the first day of Ramadan in Gaza City on April 24, 2020. AFP

Palestinian Walid al-Hattab prepares soup for the poor during the first day of Ramadan in Gaza City on April 24, 2020. AFP

A Palestinian family perform the tarawih special prayer during the first day of Ramadan in their home in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on April 24, 2020. AFP

A Palestinian preacher speaks before a camera while recording a sermon and broadcasting the audio onto loudspeakers inside an empty mosque in the village of Salem east of Nablus in the occupied West Bank on the first day of Ramadan on April 24, 2020. AFP

A Palestinian worker prepares a lantern on the first day of Ramadan, in the west bank city of Nablus, 24 April 2020. EPA

A Yemeni collects the copies of the Koran on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan at a mosque in Sana'a, Yemen, 24 April 2020. EPA

An Iranian woman prays outside of the Saleh Shrine on the eve of the holy month of Ramadan, in Tehran, Iran, 24 April 2020. EPA

A car travels in front of closed shops, and light decorations during the first night of Ramadan, in the Cairo suburb of Maadi, Egypt, April 24, 2020. Reuters

Tunisians buy cheese on the first day of Ramadan at a market in Tunis, Tunisia, 24 April 2020. EPA

A Tunisian woman sells dates on the first day of Ramadan at a market in Tunis, Tunisia, 24 April 2020. EPA

Closed shops are seen before the start of Ramadan in the usually bustling Medina of Rabat, Morocco, Thursday, April 23, 2020. AP Photo

A man walks past closed shops before the start of Ramadan in the usually bustling Medina of Rabat, Morocco, Thursday, April 23, 2020. AP Photo

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