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Pakistan’s COVID-19 Cases Top 900, Prompting Gov’t Ban on All Int’l Flights; Saudi Arabia Imposes Curfew

HeadlineMar 24, 2020

The number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan has topped 900, with seven deaths, prompting the government to ban all international flights.

Saudi Arabia has the highest number of infections in the Gulf region with over 560 confirmed cases; it imposed a nationwide curfew Monday.

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