Coronavirus latest: Saudi Arabia begins 24-hour curfew in Makkah and Madinah

Coronavirus latest: Saudi Arabia begins 24-hour curfew in Makkah and Madinah
Coronavirus latest: Saudi Arabia begins 24-hour curfew in Makkah and Madinah

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Libyans wearing protective face masks queue in front of a bank in the centre of the capital Tripoli amid the coronavirus pandemic. AFP

A medical staffer wearing protective gear stands in a hallway at Basra University Hospital, where Covid-19 patients are treated, in the southern Iraqi city. AFP

Farah Al-Awadi, a 28-year-old Iraqi woman who has contracted coronavirus disease, takes selfies with a member of the medical team during quarantine in the holy city of Najaf, Iraq. Reuters

Palestinian fitness trainer and bodybuilding Ahmed Sawi uses alternative tools as a weight as he trains at his home in Gaza City. AFP

Islam Bseileh, a 29-year-old Palestinian who used to work in Israel, waves to his wife and two kids (all wearing masks) as he receives food they delivered to him while in quarantine in his home in the city of Hebron in the occupied West Bank. AFP

A garbage collector pushes a wheelbarrow across the empty Galata bridge in Istanbul, after Turkish officials have repeatedly urged citizens to stay home and respect social distancing rules. AFP

A watch showing the time at noon, is displayed for a photo in front of the Roman amphitheatre, which is empty during the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Amman, Jordan. Reuters

A stray dog during a animal food distribution near Sultanahmet mosque (blue mosque) in Istanbul after Turkish officials have repeatedly urged citizens to stay home amid the spread of the coronavirus. AFP

A Palestinian vendor waits to sell vegetables in the West Bank city of Nablus. EPA

Palestinian workers at the United Nation Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) wearing protective masks upload food aid rations for poor refugee families, at a UN school in Gaza City. EPA

A man holds a pocket watch at noon, as he shows the time while posing for photo at an almost empty market near the Imam Ali shrine, during the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Najaf, Iraq. Reuters

A medical staffer wearing protective gear inspects chest X-ray scans at Basra University Hospital, where Covid-19 coronavirus patients are treated, in the southern Iraqi city. AFP

Internally displaced boy, Mahmoud Abdel Hadi, 8, does his homework received on mobile, inside his tent after his tented school was shut due to the threat of coronavirus disease in Atmeh camp, near the Turkish border, Syria. Reuters

Syrians wearing face masks walk in front of posters informing about the novel coronavirus, in the capital Damascus. AFP

Egyptians Mahmoud Saad (left) plays saxophone and Mohamed Adel (right) violin on their balcony during curfew in Giza, Egypt. EPA

A Tunisian police robot patrols along Avenue Habib Bourguiba in the centre of the capital Tunis, as a means of enforcing a nationwide lockdown to combat the coronavirus pandemic. AFP

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