COVID-19 deaths of Serbian clerics highlight virus worries

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COVID-19 deaths of Serbian clerics highlight virus worries

Workers sit at the closed Tehran's Grand Bazaar, Iran's main business and trade hub, Satuday, Nov. 21, 2020. Iran on Saturday shuttered businesses and curtailed travel between its major cities, including the capital of Tehran, as it grapples with the worst outbreak of the coronavirus in the Mideast region. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
People leave the closed Tehran's Grand Bazaar, Iran's main business and trade hub, Satuday, Nov. 21, 2020. Iran on Saturday shuttered businesses and curtailed travel between its major cities, including the capital of Tehran, as it grapples with the worst outbreak of the coronavirus in the Mideast region. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
A woman kisses a protective screen over the coffin of Patriarch Irinej as he lies in repose at the Congregational church in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Mourners flocked to pay respects following the death of the Serbian Orthodox Church Patriarch Irinej, many ignoring preventive measures against the new coronavirus even though the head of the church died after contracting the virus himself. (AP Photo/Ana Paunkovic)
Ariz. Gov. Doug Ducey walks out after addressing the media on COVID-19 during a news conference in Phoenix on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020. Behind him is Dr. Cara Christ. Health officials are begging people not to travel for Thanksgiving and asking families to resist inviting anyone over to the house who does not already live there. “Don’t let down your guard, even around close friends and relatives who aren’t members of your household,” Arizona's health department said on Twitter.(Michael Chow/The Arizona Republic via AP)
Registered nurse Erica Fairfield, right, works at the Hackley Community Care COVID-19 curbside testing site in Muskegon Heights, Mich., Friday, Nov. 13, 2020. In Michigan, pastors at Grand Rapids-area churches decided to stop holding in-person worship services, weddings and other big gatherings, largely in response to the pleas of the state's health care workers, who have been overwhelmed by the surge in new cases(Cory Morse/The Grand Rapids Press via AP)

COVID-19 deaths of Serbian clerics highlight virus worries

Workers sit at the closed Tehran's Grand Bazaar, Iran's main business and trade hub, Satuday, Nov. 21, 2020. Iran on Saturday shuttered businesses and curtailed travel between its major cities, including the capital of Tehran, as it grapples with the worst outbreak of the coronavirus in the Mideast region. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
People leave the closed Tehran's Grand Bazaar, Iran's main business and trade hub, Satuday, Nov. 21, 2020. Iran on Saturday shuttered businesses and curtailed travel between its major cities, including the capital of Tehran, as it grapples with the worst outbreak of the coronavirus in the Mideast region. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
A woman kisses a protective screen over the coffin of Patriarch Irinej as he lies in repose at the Congregational church in Belgrade, Serbia, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Mourners flocked to pay respects following the death of the Serbian Orthodox Church Patriarch Irinej, many ignoring preventive measures against the new coronavirus even though the head of the church died after contracting the virus himself. (AP Photo/Ana Paunkovic)
Ariz. Gov. Doug Ducey walks out after addressing the media on COVID-19 during a news conference in Phoenix on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020. Behind him is Dr. Cara Christ. Health officials are begging people not to travel for Thanksgiving and asking families to resist inviting anyone over to the house who does not already live there. “Don’t let down your guard, even around close friends and relatives who aren’t members of your household,” Arizona's health department said on Twitter.(Michael Chow/The Arizona Republic via AP)
Registered nurse Erica Fairfield, right, works at the Hackley Community Care COVID-19 curbside testing site in Muskegon Heights, Mich., Friday, Nov. 13, 2020. In Michigan, pastors at Grand Rapids-area churches decided to stop holding in-person worship services, weddings and other big gatherings, largely in response to the pleas of the state's health care workers, who have been overwhelmed by the surge in new cases(Cory Morse/The Grand Rapids Press via AP)
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