Egypt imposes curfew to slow COVID-19 as virus’ arrival in Syria raises concerns.

Middle Eastern countries have reacted by either urging or ordering hundreds of millions of people to stay home. Egypt, home to over 100 million alone, became the latest on Tuesday.

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