US Mosques Re-open Gradually After COVID-19 Shutdowns

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Some of the most important sites in Islam have reopened two months after the coronavirus pandemic forced them to shut, allowing worshippers to return under strict guidelines.

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Muslim Center of Greater Princeton (MCGP), a community mosque located in Princeton, NJ, which is known for its robust and diverse community, opened its doors on Monday.

Though the threat of the coronavirus still remains, MCGP is easing restrictions in a gradual way after weeks of lockdown, opening up their place of worship to limited numbers of worshippers and visitors.

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MCGP is actively involved in youth programs, educating and empowering Muslim women, and being a safe haven for new Muslim converts.

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