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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Friday prayer held with social distancing in Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The government allows communal prayers at mosques. Bangladesh lifts curbs on mosque prayers as lockdown eases. Devotees have to maintain social distancing and follow 12 health guidelines. After a closure of more than one month because of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has decided to reopen mosques across the country for all to offer communal prayers. People are allowed to go to mosques, but this is a subject to them following 12 health guidelines, according to a circular from the Religious Affairs Ministry. Azim Khan Ronnie said, "The decision has come at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly in the country. In the latest order, it is mentioned that, in the case of prayers in mosques, people have to maintain social distancing of at least 3-feet." "All mosques should be disinfected before every prayers, and there should be one gap in between two serials. The people have to do their wudu, the ritual washing of hands and feet before prayers, from their homes, and wear a mask before going to the mosque." "No sick, elderly people and children are allowed to go to the mosque for prayers. Furthermore, no one can use the mosque's reserved material, according to the circular." Around 268,000 mosques across the country held the Jummah congregation in compliance with the government's health and safety guidelines, according to the Islamic Foundation. Please byline: Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News ? Azim Khan Ronnie/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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