COVID-19: Life Slowly Returns to NZ Mosques

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After more than two months of shutdown, life is returning slowly to mosques around the world.

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Wellington’s Kilbirnie Mosque, New Zealand, is one of the local mosques easing restrictions on gatherings for daily and weekly Friday prayer.

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“We are slowly getting back to normal. But it’s not fully normal, because there are still restrictions of the numbers and … health protocols [we] have to comply with,” said President of the International Muslim Association of New Zealand Tahir Nawaz, Stuff reported.

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