The Riyadh Municipality will be distributing free sanitation products around the city as part of ongoing efforts to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
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Officials will be handing out the items at traffic lights and in several mosques around Riyadh, according to a statement published on the municipality’s Twitter page.
The municipality, with the approval of the Saudi Food and Drug Authority, said it has increased its production of sanitizers and disinfectants.
Saudi Arabia has confirmed 133 cases of the deadly coronavirus.
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