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Mosques in Mecca open their doors to worshipers

The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs announced that the mosques of Mecca will start opening their doors next Sunday to receive worshipers after a break of 3 months due to the Corona pandemic.

The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs announced that the mosques of Mecca will start opening their doors next Sunday to receive worshipers after a break of 3 months due to the Corona pandemic.

The Ministry branch in Mecca prepared all the mosques of the city, which number approximately 1560, to receive worshipers at Fajr prayer from next Sunday.

The precautionary measures that will be applied in the mosques included, “a single-use rug, social distancing between worshippers, along with a safety key in each mosque, which is a key used by muezzins to open and close lamps without touching them.

Work is still ongoing to implement the voluntary social initiative in the mosques of Mecca, with the participation of several parties, to implement the precautionary measures of placing posters with social distancing between the worshipers.

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