Charlene Gubash and Reuters4h ago / 10:25 AM UTCSaudi Arabia will convene an extraordinary G-20 summit next week amid the growing coronvirus pandemic.The summit, which will take place virtually, will focus on coordinating a response to COVID-19 and its human and economic effects.A delivery man rides to deliver food, as restaurants closed, following the outbreak of coronavirus in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday. Ahmed Yosri / ReutersSaudi Arabia, which chairs the Group of 20 major economies, said the group’s leaders will put forward a coordinated set of policies to protect people and safeguard the global economy. Saudi Arabian officials said Tuesday that mosques would no longer be open for the customary five daily prayers or for Friday congregations as the number of cases in the country reached 118.Yuliya Talmazan5h ago / 9:18 AM UTCWHO: ‘Aggressive measures’ against coronavirus needed in Southeast AsiaVolunteers use disinfectant to clean Wat Traimit temple in Bangkok, Thailand on Wednesday amid concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.Mladen Antonov / AFP – Getty ImagesThe World Health Organization is asking countries in Southeast Asia to scale up their coronavirus response and take “aggressive measures” to combat the virus as the number of confirmed cases in the region has reached nearly 500.“The situation is


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