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Jordan allows the faithful to return to pray in mosques


Amman (Jordan), 5 June, EFE/EPA, (Camera: André Pain).- Jordan is allowing the faithful to attend prayers in mosques from Friday for the first time since lockdown measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 were implemented in March 2020. FOOTAGE OF FRIDAY PRAYERS AT AN AMAN MOSQUE.

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