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Pacific islanders have been asked to pray the Lord's Prayer at 11pm Fiji Standard Time tonight (Wednesday) in solidarity against the coronavirus.
Churches around the world have been asked to stand together in prayer.
Pacific Conference of Churches General Secretary, Reverend James Bhagwan, said faith communities in Fiji and the Pacific had agreed to pray together.
“We look forward to you joining us from your home or workplace to pray for healing, strength, courage and compassion,” Bhagwan said.
“And let's remember we can pray this prayer at any time - especially over the hand basin where 20 seconds washing with soap and water takes the same time to say this prayer,” he said.
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