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Mosques in the Midwestern U.S. state of Minnesota are urging worshippers, including people from the East African diaspora, to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Leaders of the faith say receiving a vaccine is a religious duty because it saves lives. For VOA, Siyad Salah has more in this report narrated by Carol Guensburg.
Camera: Siyad Salah
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