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  2. Title: THE UPSIDE Director(s): Neil Burger Main cast: Kevin Hart as Dell Scott Bryan Cranston as Phillip Lacasse Nicole Kidman as Yvonne Pendleton, Phillip's PA Golshifteh Farahani as Maggie, Phillip's PT Aja Naomi King as Latrice, Dell's ex-wife Tate Donovan as Carter, Phillip's neighbor Jahi Di'Allo Winston as Anthony Scott, Dell's son Genevieve Angelson as Jenny Lacasse, Phillip's late wife Suzanne Savoy as Charlotte, Phillip's cook Julianna Margulies as Lily Foley, Phillip's epistolary love interest Official YT trailer: Personal rating for the movie: 10/10 Personal opinion: This Is Best Movies Of I Seen Comedy
  3. Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has become the first footballer to earn more than $1 billion (€885m), according to Forbes magazine. The Juventus player ranked fourth on the publication's 2020 Celebrity 100 list after earning $105 million (€92.9m) before taxes and fees in the past year. He beat arch-rival Lionel Messi by one spot with the Argentinian netting $104 million (€92.1m). Ronaldo, 35, is not the first athlete to cross the $1 billion threshold while still active — golfer Tiger Woods and boxer Floyd Mayweather beat him to it — but he is the first to reach it in a team sport. His prowess on the field during his 17-year professional career has so far earned him $650 million (€575.8m) which will have grown to $765 million (€677.7m) by the time his current contract with the Italian team expires in 2022. The rest of his income has come from "leveraging his celebrity", Forbes said. He's had a lifetime deal with Nike since 2016 which has so far paid him $20 million (€17.7m) a year, and he also has deals with Clear shampoo, Herbalife and pharmaceutical maker Abbott. He also has his own trademark — CR7 — which includes branded underwear, a line of shoes, fragrances and denim wear. It is estimated to account for a quarter of his annual endorsement income. The father-of-four is also the most followed athlete on social media with more than 200 million followers on Instagram. His po[CENSORED]rity is also profitable to clubs. Juventus sold 520,000 Ronaldo jerseys worth over $60 million (€53.1m) within 24 hours of its release. Ronaldo has played for some of the world's best-known club including Manchester United, Real Madrid and now Juventus. His trophy cabinet includes three Premier League titles, two Spanish ones and one Italian championship trophy as well as five UEFA Champions Leagues. He also helped Portugal win the Euro 2016 championship. He has also scoped up five Ballon D'Or and he is the all-time leading goal scorer in the Champions League.
  4. Challenges remain as cities return to life after lockdown, experts warn JEDDAH: Residents across the Kingdom are making the most of their newfound freedom 10 days after the lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions. As cities come alive again with traffic returning and shops opening, it is business as usual for almost everyone. Social life and commercial activity in towns and cities fell to a minimum during the two-month lockdown, but with the the end of the curfew people are seizing the chance to meet up with friends and family members they have not seen in a long time — and possibly return to their normal activities, responsibly. However, readjusting to normality could prove challenging as Saudi health officials continue to issue warnings and insist the Kingdom “is not out of the dark just yet.” While the Kingdom continues to ramp up COVID-19 testing and contact tracing to prevent further outbreaks, residents are quickly adapting to social changes. According to sociologist Musaab Al-Abdullah, coping with change “is an essential characteristic in humans.” “Ever since we were created, it is the basis of progress and keeping pace with time,” he told Arab News. “People can get used to and adapt to anything, and they are prepared to adapt to the changes that surround them, but the speed of acceptance varies from person to person due to the nature of the individual and their ideas. Often, change comes gradually, so it is more easily accepted by individuals,” he said. Al-Abdullah said that in recent weeks it has become clear that people must accept a “new normal.” Many probably view the “new normal” as an exciting challenge, he added. “Life as we know it has changed. People are afraid and are isolating themselves. They now see that life before the lockdown was blissful and not as boring as we thought. People are now waiting impatiently for the virus to be eradicated so that they can return to their normal life with a new and appreciative outlook.” The lockdown helped people understand what is important to them because many options and places to visit were limited. “The concept of consumption changed and we were able to live without wearing ourselves out collecting so-called luxuries. It showed that family and safety always come first,” he said. Al-Abdullah said humans are social creatures, and being isolated from others is not normal for them. HIGHLIGHTS • Social life and commercial activity in towns and cities fell to a minimum during the two-month lockdown. • With the end of the curfew people are seizing the chance to meet up with friends and family members they have not seen in a long time — and possibly return to their normal activities. • Readjusting to normality could prove challenging as Saudi health officials continue to issue warnings and insist the Kingdom ‘is not out of the dark just yet.’ “When a person is isolated from society, depression will begin to dominate and affect their life, and life in their eyes loses its value. When you see a friend in light of this crisis, it will be a great pleasure just to see them in good health, but you will feel anxious because of the restrictions imposed on everyone.” Lujain Al-Jehani, 27, took the opportunity to meet friends, but made sure she followed the rules. “It was a small gathering, about four people, and we were all wearing masks and kept our distance from each other; we didn’t shake hands or hug each other. We also used plastic or paper cups and dishes,” she told Arab News. “I think it is acceptable to meet with family and friends while taking precautions and treating yourself and others around you like you are infected to avoid catching the virus,” said Al-Jehani. “It might sound like an exaggeration, but it’s better to be safe than sorry.” The “new normal” could also pose a challenge from a mental health perspective. Lujain Sharawani, 27, prefers to stay at home most of the time and go out only when necessary. “As a family, we are doing our best by staying home and not meeting with other people outdoors,” she told Arab News. “I took the opportunity to meet with a few of my closest friends by inviting them over to my house, and we stayed in a big room to keep a safe distance between us while taking the necessary precautions such as wearing a mask and not making any physical contact,” she said. Saudi infectious diseases specialist Abdulaziz Al-Kinani said that the Health Ministry has placed its trust in people to follow precautions. “The ministry allowed us to return to our normal life but with new adopted behaviors, such as social distancing,” he told Arab News. “These behaviors will help to avoid the spread of diseases, whether they are highly infectious or not, with the simplest example being the flu. To adopt this behavior — keeping distance — is healthy. We can go out and enjoy ourselves, but we must keep the precautionary measures in mind.” However, Al-Kinani warned against being obsessively cautious, adding: “Calmly wash your hands and use disinfectants if you have touched surfaces in public places, and avoid crowds.” Though many many still feel anxious 10 days after the lifting of the lockdown, experts say that this is an ideal time to reassess priorities and adopt a positive mindset about the future.
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  6. Boss Scott Parker conceded Fulham face a "big ask" to win automatic promotion after they were hammered by Leeds, who went back to the top of the Championship table. Parker's fourth-placed side now look bound for the play-offs and are likely to see topscorer Aleksandar Mitrovic banned after an off-the-ball elbow. Mitrovic appeared to lead with his elbow into Leeds defender Ben White inside the opening two minutes and though it was unseen by the referee he is almost certain to face retrospective punishment. Patrick Bamford gave the hosts the lead with a cool finish inside the opening 10 minutes after an incisive run and cutback from Helder Costa. Leeds doubled their lead after the break when substitute Ezgjan Alioski scored with a low finish after two Fulham defenders failed to cut out Jack Harrison's low centre, and Harrison wrapped it up on the counter-attack. "I think it is going to be a big ask to go up automatically," Parker, who said he had not seen the Mitrovic incident, accepted. "I wouldn't write it off because the unexpected could happen with the way the division is and games are." He added: "I think overall the performance in the first half was exceptional. We took the game to a very good side. "I thought we were superb then but over the course of the game we needed to be more clinical." What proved to be an ultimately miserable day for the London side was compounded in injury-time as substitute Neeskens Kebano was sent off for a second bookable offence. Leeds, who had lost their first game back following the suspension of the season because of the coronavirus pandemic at Cardiff last week, are now eight points clear of third-placed Brentford with seven games to play. Relive Saturday's Championship action Fulham fail to take first-half chances Despite leading at the break, Leeds spent much of the first half on the back foot as Fulham mounted a succession of attacks. Winger Anthony Knockaert looked bright and he and Mitrovic forced relatively comfortable saves from home goalkeeper Illan Meslier. The visitors were incensed that they were not awarded a penalty when the ball struck Tyler Roberts on the arm in the area as Leeds were left hanging on for the half-time whistle. It was a different story after the interval, as subs Alioski and Pablo Hernandez both made pivotal impacts to secure a vital three points for Marcelo Bielsa's men. Fulham have now lost both of their games since the restart and are seven points off the top two with seven games to play. Perhaps more damagingly, they are now likely to be without 23-goal leading scorer Mitrovic for three matches if he is found to be guilty of violent conduct in his early challenge on White. A minute's silence was held at Elland Road before the game to remember former Leeds players Norman Hunter and Trevor Cherry, and all victims of coronavirus Subs make difference Leeds struggled to create anything of note after Bamford's early goal and boss Bielsa decided to make two changes at the break, bringing on Alioski and Hernandez for Bamford and Costa. Alioski doubled Leeds' advantage after a quick counter-attack from Fulham's corner ended with Harrison's ball just evading two desperate visiting defenders and finding its way to the Macedonia international's feet in the area. Hernandez, who has so often been at the heart of the Whites' best play over the past four seasons, was making his first appearance since the restart but showed no signs of being rusty. He clipped a wonderful ball in behind the Fulham defence for Harrison to end the contest with a shot that went through visiting goalkeeper Marek Rodak. Leeds host struggling Luton on Tuesday, while Fulham will be looking to get their season back on track when they visit London rivals QPR on the same evening. Post-match reaction Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa told BBC Radio Leeds: "In the first half it was difficult for us to recover the ball in the opponents' half and when we were close to our box we lost it again quickly. "That is why the first half was better for them than for us. In the second half it was better. "The win was necessary for us and very important."
  7. China has said it is moving 20 martial art trainers to the Tibetan plateau to train its forces. No official reason for the decision has been given, but it comes after at least 20 Indian troops were killed in clashes with Chinese border forces. Under an agreement dating back to 1996, neither side carries guns or explosives in the area. China has not released any information about its casualties, while India says 76 of its soldiers were injured. Border clash a 'deliberate provocation' - China A freezing, inhospitable battlefield on a mountain India-China border dispute explained in 400 words News of the army's new martial arts trainers was reported by official Chinese news outlets on 20 June, according to Hong Kong media. State broadcaster CCTV said 20 fighters from the Enbo Fight Club would be based in the Tibetan capital, Lhasa, although Chinese media had not confirmed they would be training troops on the border with India. China and India - both nuclear powers - have exchanged blame over responsibility for the fighting in the Galwan river valley in Ladakhon on 15 June. The area, with its harsh climate and high-altitude terrain, is close to Aksai Chin, a disputed area claimed by India but controlled by China. The deaths during the fighting were the first fatalities in clashes between the two sides in almost half a century.However, long-standing tensions between India and China over the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the poorly demarcated border between the two nuclear-armed powers, had risen again in the weeks leading up to the incident.
  8. Denny McCarthy withdrew from the Travelers Championship on Friday after becoming the third PGA Tour player to test positive for COVID-19. McCarthy shot a 3-under-par 67 during the first round on Thursday, when he was paired with Bud Cauley and Matt Wallace. He also played in the first two events following the tour’s hiatus due to the coronavirus, finishing 66th at the Charles Schwab Challenge and missing the cut at the RBC Heritage. “I feel OK,” McCarthy said in a text to GolfChannel.com. “I woke up in the middle of the night and my body was really achy and sore and figured something was wrong.” McCarthy is the sixth player to withdraw from the Travelers due to the coronavirus and must self-isolate for at least 10 days, per tour protocols. Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports “I’ll deal with it and move on,” he told the Golf Channel. “Sucks. Feel like I figured some things out this week and was ready for a nice stretch.” Cameron Champ withdrew after testing positive earlier this week, and Brooks Koepka and Graeme McDowell withdrew after their caddies tested positive. Koepka’s younger brother, Chase, withdrew out of an “abundance of caution” because he played a practice round alongside his brother, McDowell and the two infected caddies. Webb Simpson also withdrew on Wednesday after a family member recently tested positive. After the tour resumed at the Charles Schwab Challenge with no positive tests, Nick Watney became the first player to test positive, withdrawing ahead of the RBC Challenge. Tour commissioner Jay Monahan issued a new set of protocols on Wednesday geared at limiting the spread of the coronavirus around the tour. Speaking at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn. — site of this week’s Travelers Championship — Monahan said that 2,757 COVID-19 tests had been administered so far between the PGA Tour and the second-tier Korn Ferry Tour, and that seven had returned positive as of Wednesday. “It’s a low number, and it’s a low number on a percentage basis. But every number hurts,” Monahan said. “As we look at where we are now, I think we all need to remind ourselves that we’re learning to live with this virus, and we all need to learn to live with this virus — as individuals, as family members and certainly within our businesses. “It’s pretty clear that this virus isn’t going anywhere.” COVID-19 protocol changes Players who take tour-arranged charter flights between events will have to be tested at the tournament, as players traveling on their own had been doing. The tour will continue to test players on Saturday before they are allowed to board the Monday charter flights. Golfing instructors permitted on site and at the driving range will now be required to be tested the same as the players. The tour will have its fitness trailer at events beginning next week at the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit to keep players out of local gyms. Stricter monitoring of players and caddie who test positive, requiring them to follow the tour’s self-quarantining protocols in order to receive the stipend set aside for self-isolating players and caddies. “All of us have an extraordinary responsibility to follow those protocols,” Monahan said. “For any individual that does not, there will be serious repercussions and I’m not going to get into the specifics of it.”
  9. There’s been lots of discussion recently about Israel’s plans in July to apply sovereignty to Judea and Samaria (30% of the “west bank”) and to the Jordan Valley, in accordance with U.S. President Trump’s “Peace to Prosperity” Middle East peace plan. With governments and various stakeholders each taking out positions, for or against, it was only a matter of time for Canada to wade into the matter with Prime Minister Trudeau publicly condemning Israel’s plans on June 2 in a media scrum and for our journalists to cover Canada’s official position. In the lead up to P.M. Trudeau’s public opposition to the U.S-Israeli plan, it’s been reported that he privately expressed Canada’s opposition to the plan in calls he had in May with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Alternate Prime Minister Benny Gantz. (The calls were held to congratulate both leaders for forming Israel’s new government following three inconclusive elections.) On May 21, Evan Dyer, a CBC Parliamentary Bureau Senior Reporter, authored a news report entitled: “Critics say Canada’s silence speaks volumes as Israel races towards annexation” which HonestReporting Canada felt was highly problematic. Importantly, nowhere in the article was there any context explaining Israel’s claims to what it refers to as Judea and Samaria (the “west bank”) and why it might want to apply sovereignty to the region (watch this video from the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs for context). Simply put, the Jewish state plans to apply sovereignty (make the region Israel proper and apply Israeli law) to the Jordan Valley and 30% of Area C territory per the Oslo Accords of Judea and Samaria (“west bank”) per the Trump peace plan and consistent with past U.S. peace proposals that have long understood that Israel will retain these areas in a final peace accord. Israel says international law enshrines its rights to these lands, while citing pressing security concerns and biblical, historical and political connections to the land. Importantly, a nation cannot “annex” land which it has sovereign claims to. According to international law, these lands were promised to the Jewish people at the San Remo Conference in 1920 which led to the establishment in British-mandate Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people. Israel doesn’t regard the “west bank” as “occupied” because there was no sovereign prior to the defensive Six-Day-War in 1967. Jordan illegally occupied and administered the land from 1948-1967 after Israel’s War of Independence which was waged by pan-Arab armies seeking the nascent State of Israel’s destruction. Jordan didn’t have sovereignty over the land which was ruled under British Mandatory Palestine. As is commonly known, Israel accepted partition and the Arab world rejected it, instead, seeking the Jewish state’s annihilation. With respect to the comparison cited in Mr. Dyer’s article of Russia’s annexation of Crimea, Israel acquired these lands in a defensive war and not an offensive colonial conquest and had preexisting claims to the area where there was no recognized sovereign. Russia was the clear aggressor of Crimea so the comparison falls flat. HonestReporting Canada was also concerned that there were no sources featured in Mr. Dyer’s article who might explain Israel’s rationale for its sovereignty application and those who perhaps support it. The only sources who Mr. Dyer quoted or referenced were those who are critical of the effort. We only heard opposition from Global Affairs spokesman Adam Austen, Corey Balsam from Independent Jewish Voices, UN Special Rapporteur to the Palestinian territories, Michael Lynk, the NDP’s Jack Harris, the Green Party caucus, a group of former Israel Defense Forces, Daniel Pipes and the Democratic Majority for Israel, who have come out against the plan, along with Mark Mellman, a longtime strategist for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). No doubt this plan is divisive and there are supporters for and against here in Canada, worldwide and in Israel itself where there’s no monolithic opinion on the topic, but why not at least feature some sources who support the decision, along with an explanation for why they are supportive? Wouldn’t that help CBC readers to better understand this issue? It was troubling that no Israeli diplomats were quoted (whether here in Canada or from abroad), no American officials were quoted and no Canadian pro-Israel organizations were quoted. Mr. Dyer, if he had wanted to, could have written the exact opposite article by talking exclusively to people who praise the Israeli decision. The article could have been called “Supporters say Canada’s silence speaks volumes as Israel races towards applying sovereignty.” So again, the two issues we had with this CBC article was that: 1) There was no context about Israel’s claims to the region and its security concerns and 2) there were no sources cited who supported the Israeli effort. From our perspective and with consideration that this is a very controversial issue about a disputed matter, this article was really quite one-sided, unbalanced and therefore unfair. HonestReporting Canada communicated these concerns directly to CBC News executives who, to their credit, conveyed our concerns directly to Mr. Dyer. In his subsequent reporting on the issue on June 2, we took note that his reporting now features the context we were seeking which explains Israel’s historical and religious claims to the land, while also acknowledging Israel’s needs for defensible borders along the Jordan Valley. We also appreciate that the article quoted a spokesperson from the Israeli Embassy in Canada on the topic. Mr. Dyer’s June 2 report was about how: “Four Chretien-era cabinet ministers are among 58 former Canadian diplomats and politicians who added their names to a letter calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his government to show stronger resistance to a proposed Israeli annexation of a large part of the occupied West Bank.” Though the CBC’s article is indeed highly critical of Israel, it does include the following context we called for which serves to frame the discussion about the issue sat hand: Israel, claiming historical and religious links to the land, describes the territories to be annexed as “disputed” rather than occupied, and has implanted a large number of settlements there. It has often argued that Israel needs the Jordan Valley to have more defensible borders in case of war.” As well, per our request, Mr. Dyer cited a pro-Israel source from the Israeli Embassy in Canada in his article: Israeli Embassy reacts: The Trump administration has given a green light for the annexation under a Mideast “peace plan” drawn up by President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner. A joint U.S.-Israeli team has been in Israel and the occupied territories working on an annexation map for several weeks. Ohad Kaynar, chargé d’affaires at the Embassy of Israel in Canada, told CBC News that “the comprehensive U.S. Peace Plan is the only viable peace initiative currently on the table trying to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Israel has accepted its foundations, despite concessions which will be required on our behalf. However, the Palestinians have rejected it outright, once again closing the door on any option to negotiate a peaceful future. “While it is dismaying that diplomats would choose to attack Israel rather than try to facilitate dialogue between the two sides — or at the very least urging the Palestinians to return to direct peace negotiations – Israel will nevertheless remain committed to the U.S. peace plan, in hopes that we eventually find a way to resolve our differences.” While the Israeli plans to apply sovereignty to Judea and Samaria and the Jordan Valley are divisive, of which, HonestReporting Canada does not take a position as we are a politically neutral organization, at bare minimum, our media must provide context and acknowledge Israel’s rationale so that Canadians understand the issue at hand.
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  11. Liverpool is on the verge of ending its 30-year league title drought after cruising to a 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace on Wednesday with an attacking display that exemplified a dominant campaign. Jürgen Klopp’s team can even clinch the Premier League title on Thursday without playing if Manchester City fails to beat Chelsea. It then plays City, the second-placed defending champion, next Thursday. “I’ll watch the game tomorrow night not to prepare a celebration, I’ll watch the game because we play against City a week later,” Klopp said. “Whatever happens tomorrow night we have no influence on it, so I’m not too much interested to be honest.” All that matters to Klopp is collecting the maximum two more points from seven remaining games to clinch the trophy. After stuttering in a 0-0 draw with Everton after the restart on Sunday, Liverpool was authoritatively rampant again against Palace. Trent Alexander-Arnold curled in a free kick to start the rout against Palace and Mohamed Salah swept in the second before half time from Fabinho’s dinked ball. Fabinho powered in the third from distance in the 55th minute and Sadio Mane raced onto Salah’s throughball to complete a counterattack in the 69th to make it 16 wins in 16 home games in the league this season. “It was the best counter pressing behind closed doors ever,” Klopp quipped. “The attitude we showed tonight, the passion we showed, was exceptional and we played some outstanding football.” The victory moved Liverpool 23 points ahead of City with seven games remaining of a campaign that will end without any fans in the stadium to celebrate the Reds’ first championship triumph since 1990. “We’ve waited a long time for this and we’ve worked hard for this over the last few years as a team,” Salah said. “As a club this is what we’ve dreamed of and we’re in a good position, so hopefully we’ll be able to get it across the line very soon.” Football returned to Anfield for the first time since March 11, when Liverpool lost in the Champions League to Atletico Madrid on the day the WHO declared the coronavirus a pandemic and some medical experts believed mass gatherings should already have been shut down in England. One hundred and five days later, the Kop was silent for the visit of Palace. The seats were covered with a tapestry of banners and slogans rather than being packed with the fans who form the choir for club anthem “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” Liverpool’s Sadio Mane celebrates scoring his side’s fourth goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Crystal Palace at Anfield Stadium in Liverpool, England on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. (Phil Noble/Pool via AP) “We showed our supporters the respect they deserve — that we can play like they are here even when they are not here,” Klopp said. “They can push us to incredible things and without them, it’s nothing like it is when they are here. “I never miss them more than tonight because imagine this game would have happened with 55,000 people in the stadium and emotions that would have been there in the stadium. It would have been incredible.” One Liverpool great among the 300 people allowed into the stadium was Kenny Dalglish — the manager who who won the league title in 1990, three years before the Premier League trophy was handed out for the first time. Two Champions League titles have been won since then — including last year — but not the biggest prize in English football. What was once a record haul of 18 titles has been eclipsed by now 20-time English champion Manchester United. One of the managers who tried — and failed — to win the Premier League with Liverpool was back at Anfield in the away dugout on Wednesday. Roy Hodgson was fired by Liverpool in 2011 after only 20 matches in charge, to be replaced by the returning Dalglish. “Even in the last four or five minutes,” the Crystal Palace manager said, “they are desperately chasing every ball down, winning it back and trying to score again. With that type of attitude and desire there is no doubt the title is theirs, the big question is by how many points it is going to be.”
  12. A Saudi woman walks with her luggage as she arrives at King Fahd International Airport in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, August 5, 2019. Dubai: Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Interior has imposed 24-hour lockdown on Dammam, the capital of the Kingdom’s Eastern Province, Al Arabiya reported Sunday morning. The move comes as part of the Kingdom’s ongoing efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus. The Saudi authorities have completely banned the entry to or exit from the 2nd Industrial City until further notice, while still allowing movement for shipping and transporting goods. Vital factories in the 2nd Industrial City will be allowed to operate at 30 per cent capacity, and the factories’ managers, engineers and workers will be allowed to enter the facilities but are not allowed to leave the city. The ministry also lifted the lockdown on Dammam’s Al Atheer district, which was imposed on April 15, and said it will allow residents to move around for essential needs from 9am till 5pm. Saudi Arabia had revised on April 21 its coronavirus curfew timings for the holy month of Ramadan, allowing residents in all areas and cities not currently under a 24-hour lockdown to go out between 9am and 5pm. However, areas under a complete lockdown will only be allowed to go out for essential needs, such as grocery shopping or medical visits, between the hours of 9am and 5pm. Residents in these areas must stay within their neighborhoods. A 24-hour lockdown was previously imposed on the cities of Riyadh, Tabuk, Dammam, Dhahran, and Hofuf and throughout the governorates of Jeddah, Taif, Qatif, and Khobar. The government had imposed a full lockdown on the holy cities of Mecca and Medina as well. Other cities and governorates had a curfew implemented from 3pm to 6am daily.
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