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Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia tells citizens to declare Iran visits

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Saudi Arabia on Friday called on citizens to declare visits to Iran in the past 14 days, as part of measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak, according to a statement by the Kingdom’s General Authority for Civil Aviation.

“If you were in Iran in the past 14 days, take the initiative and declare it; protect your health and the health of your family,” said the authority’s tweet.

Iran has reported one of the largest number of deaths because of the coronavirus outbreak outside China - 124 up until Friday.

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