Jeddah Governorate’s Mosques Resume Holding Jumaah Prayers, following Lifting of Ban

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Jeddah, June 26, 2020, SPA — Mosques across Jeddah Governorate resumed holding Jumaah congregational prayers today, amidst strictly applicable precautionary measures, to combat the spread of Novel Coronavirus, in abidance by the health protocols preserving the health as well as the safety of the worshippers, under the supervision of the branch of the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance, in the governorate.
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For their part, the worshippers have proven very keen to put on the cloth masks, bringing, each, a private mat, without accompanying under-aged children, doing ablution, in prior, at homes, and have committed not to hustle, at mosques gates, on entering or during existing, in addition to keeping the requested 2-meter social distancing and spaces to keep worshippers, apart.


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