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Moscow Church Holds Anti-Coronavirus Procession Despite Stay-at-Home Order

Russian Orthodox priests in Moscow led a religious procession against the coronavirus, seemingly breaking the city's self-isolation rules aimed at curbing the spread of the pandemic.

Russia is currently under a nationwide paid holiday until April 30 as authorities urge citizens to stay at home as much as possible.

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