Mosques Partially Re-opened in Western Canada after COVID-19 Lockdown

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After weeks of shutting mosque doors, the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) has partially re-opened some of its Islamic centers in the western Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia following an easing of restrictions on gatherings by provincial governments as result of the COVID-19 pandemic.    

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“Following the provincial directives, the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) is opening our houses of worship for 50 attendees or less in accordance with the Alberta Ministry of Health,” said the national organization in a press release.

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“We also resumed Friday prayers today, May 15, 2020, in accordance with safety regulations.”

“Safety at our masajid and centers is our first priority. As such, we are taking great care in instituting safety guidelines at our centers including pre-registered and/or by count staggered entry, screening sick or at-risk individuals, physically distancing congregational salah, and keeping an aggressive and consistent cleaning routine especially of high touch areas.”

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