Still no Hajj warning from Saudi Arabia over SARS-like virus

May 2013
Russia & FSU General News;5/14/2013, p1
MOSCOW. May 14 (Interfax) - Saudi Arabia, where a SARS-like mystery virus has killed 15 people, has so far refrained from advising Muslims not to perform their annual Hajj to Mecca and Medina.


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