1,500 mosques ready to reopen in Makkah from 21st June 2020

mosuqes to reopen in Makkah

1,500 mosques ready to reopen in Makkah from 21st June 2020. Makkah region has witnessed many Coronavirus cases and that has led to stricter restrictions to control the virus. The state television Al-Ekhbariya has mentioned that 1,500 mosques are set to open after 3 months. More details below.

1,500 mosques ready to reopen in Makkah from 21st June 2020

The reopening of mosques will be joyful news for the worshippers living in the region. Although the mosques are opening after 3 months there will still be restrictions for individuals.

Individuals will have to bring their own prayer mats and maintain social distancing during prayers.

Al Arabiya, 2020

Ahead of the reopening, the Ministry of Islamic Affairs hired agencies to sterilize the inside of the buildings completely and accepted dozens of volunteers who will work to implement precautionary measures inside the city’s mosques.

Al Arabiya, 2020
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