Afghanistan: Eid festivities banned to contain COVID-19 outbreak

(STL.News) Streets were emptied, parks were vacant and prayer grounds silent as the new coronavirus outbreak turned this year’s Eid al-Fitr into a solemn and muted celebration in Afghanistan.

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