Iraq authorities continue to enforce virus lockdown
The streets of Baghdad were deserted amid the restrictions.
Iraqi police set up checkpoints and soldiers were deployed in the capital to enforce the lockdown.
Schools, universities, parks, malls and places of worship will also remain closed in Iraq.
International travel in and out of the country as well as between provinces was still suspended.
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Baghdad's Kadhimiyah neighbourhood looked empty of pilgrims and tourists.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of Shia Muslim pilgrims traditionally make a trek by foot to the twin-domed shrine of Imam Musa al-Kadhim shrine where the revered saint is buried.