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Friday prayers at UAE mosques: Awqaf issues safety instructions

Filed on December 4, 2020 | Last updated on December 4, 2020 at 08.45 am
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The authority urged worshippers to avoid crowding, especially at the entrances and exits of the mosque.

The General Authority of Islamic Affairs & Endowments (Awqaf) on Friday reminded worshippers to wear face masks and keep social distancing while performing Friday prayers at mosques.

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In a tweet on its official handle, Awqaf urged worshippers to avoid crowding, especially at the entrances and exits of the mosque.

The authority reiterated that the mosques will open 30 minutes before the sermon starts and will close 30 minutes after the prayers.

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It also added that senior citizens, people with chronic illnesses and children will not be allowed to attend Friday prayers at mosques.

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