Complying with stringent social distancing rules, worshippers kept a minimum of 2m apart.
Complying with stringent social distancing rules, worshippers kept a minimum of two metres apart as many voiced elation over the government decision to allow more than 90,000 mosques across the kingdom to re-open.
Complying with stringent social distancing rules, worshippers kept a minimum of two metres apart.
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“It’s mind-boggling [interim measures aren’t included] when you consider this is all related to fire safety, and it has all arisen out of a failure of the building regulations themselves not being stringent enough, not being implemented properly and for there being a lot of ambiguity in how developers could interpret them,” she said.
The Japan Times
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Hotel groups including Accor, Marriott International Inc., Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. and InterContinental Hotels Group Plc have announced stringent hygiene standards.
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The China Post
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It would grant them limited statehood in a cluster of enclaves surrounded by Israel, but only if they meet a long list of stringent conditions.
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Recording the proceedings is strictly prohibited and the erring party would face stringent action, it added.
The New York Times
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The hardest hit, the poor and unemployed, seem to accept their misery as fate, no doubt unaware of evidence showing that the more stringent the lockdown, the more severe the economic damage.