Bahrain determines which groups are entitled to enter mosques during Ramadan – Miscellaneous

The Bahraini government decided to open mosques and mosques for Friday prayers, dinner and taraweeh prayers only, in front of those who have been vaccinated against the Corona virus and those recovering from the virus.

The President of the Supreme Council of Health, head of the national team to address the Coronavirus, Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, indicated that the measures come in implementation of King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Bahrain, to open mosques and mosques in the blessed month of Ramadan, with the necessity to apply the necessary precautions to limit the spread of the Coronavirus.

He stressed that those included in the exemption from the procedures are the “recipients of the second dose, provided that 14 days have passed since the second dose, by showing evidence of this through the application of (conscious society), under the supervision of the Sunni and Ja`fari endowments administrations.”

The President of the Supreme Council of Health stressed the implementation of the precautionary measures previously announced, to hold prayers during the month of Ramadan, in addition to coordinating with volunteer teams to organize the process of entry and exit of worshipers.

The Bahraini official noted the need to “direct the elderly and those with chronic diseases to pray at home, while not allowing the establishment of breakfast tables for the fasting people and I’tikaaf in the mosques, provided that the mosques and mosques that will open for Friday prayers are determined by the two endowments administrations and announced.”

He explained, “The mosques will be opened for Friday prayers 45 minutes before the prayer, provided that they close 20 minutes after performing the prayer, provided that the duration of the sermon does not exceed 10 minutes while reducing the prayer.”

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