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Malaysia, Indonesia ease COVID-19 restrictions for Ramadan

Video Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO - Duration: 02:17s - Published
Malaysia, Indonesia ease COVID-19 restrictions for Ramadan

Malaysia, Indonesia ease COVID-19 restrictions for Ramadan

Countries ease some coronavirus restrictions to allow prayers in mosques, as well as opening markets.


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