UAE to reopen mosques gradually from July 1

by FaceDXB

Abu Dhabi, June 30 (BNA): Mosques, prayer spaces, and other  worship venues will reopen from tomorrow, the 1st of July, across the United Arab Emirates.

The UAE government announced mosques and other worshiping venues would  operate at 30 percent of their capacity in line with mandatory COVID-19 precautionary measures.

However, prayer spaces located on motorways, industrial areas, labour camps, cooperative societies, commercial centres and parks will all remain closed until further notice.

 

AHN

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