The United Arab Emirates, UAE has released new measures concerning Eid Prayers that will be held on Wednesday or Thursday depending on the sighting of the moon. This news was reported by Saudi Gazette.
Photo: Dr. Saif Al-Dhaher/ photo credit: google
Dr. Saif Al-Dhaher, the official spokesman of the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) released this Statement during a press conference on Monday, he said All Government approved mosques across the United Arab Emirates can hold Eid Prayers, but the Eid prayers should not last more than 15 minutes include sermons that will be held after Prayers.
However, the congregation should wear face masks and maintain social distancing to follow Covid-19 rules and regulations. He further added that all Covid-19 infected people are not allowed to participate in the Eid Prayers and no shaking of hands after the prayers. people above 60 yrs of age and children below the age of 7 should not attend the Eid Prayers.
He said Securities should be on the ground to supervise the Eid Prayers to avoid overcrowding, they should only open mosques 15 minutes before the prayers and close them 15 after the prayers.
He finally advises Muslims to exchange greetings after Eid Prayers but not by shaking hands.
SOURCE: Saudi Gazatte
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