Eid Traditions Become 'Very Different' For Muslims In The Age Of Coronavirus


Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al Fitr the math festival that marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan it is normally a time of feasting gift giving and family get togethers but this year it's taking place in the shadow of the coronavirus countries including Turkey and Saudi Arabia have ordered complete lockdowns and Indonesia has banned Ginny's to see relatives strict measures are also in place in Egypt assembly bill reports it is unusually quiet in Cairo not much is left of the normal hustle and bustle of the big city at this time of the year many Egyptians who used to visit their loved ones dine out head to the parks or take a short night cruise but now the remain indoors as the authorities have tightened anti coronavirus measures infection rates have steadily risen during the fasting month of Ramadan partly due to people making family

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