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'Very serious risk': Muslims urged not to break coronavirus restrictions during Ramadan

Lakemba Mosque Source: AAP

Australia’s deputy chief medical officer has urged Muslims not to break coronavirus restrictions during Ramadan, saying it could pose a 'serious risk' to vulnerable members of the community and the greater population.

As Muslims across Australia and the world begin to celebrate Ramadan, Australia’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer Professor Michael Kidd has urged worshippers not to congregate as they usually would during the holy month.

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