Ministry of Islamic Affairs Closed a few mosques to prevent the spreading of Covid 19

Covid 19 is again on the rise. On 23-02-2021, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Islamic Affairs declared the brief shutdown of 10 mosques in six districts after recognizing COVID-19 cases among admirers. The Current Situation of Covid 19 is already available on the covid 19 dashboard Saudi Arabia. The closed mosques were in Jizan, Riyadh, Makkah, Asir, Medina, and the Eastern area. Three of the mosques are subsequently open in the wake of finishing sanitization techniques. Two of which were in Riyadh and one in the Eastern territory.

Current Situation in Covid 19 dashboard Saudi Arabia:

As of late, In Saudi Arabia total of 135 mosques are close, of which 108 are subsequently open after sanitization. Moreover, The service approached mosque representatives to follow up the execution of all careful steps embraced in mosques and informing the benefit of any infringement. However, The service said it would keep on doing mosques investigations all through the Kingdom to guarantee admirers’ wellbeing and security.

Six more Mosques are close:

Moreover, On 06-03-2021, the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance incidentally shut down six mosques in four locales areas after six affirmed cases of the novel (COVID-19) were distinguished among the admirers. 

As of total, an aggregate of 224 mosques is close in 27 days. However, Out of these, 208 Mosques are now open after cleansing and sanitizing.

Breakdown of Six Mosques:

In an analytical report, the Ministry of Islamic Affairs gives the breakdown figures of mosques that are close. The cases found as follows:

  • Two mosques in Makkah Province
  • Two mosques in Tabuk Region
  • One mosque in Al-Qassim Region
  • One mosque in the Eastern Province

However, One case was found in every one of these mosques, the service showed. 

Reopening of the Mosques:

Moreover, The Ministry said that it had re-opened 12 mosques; three in Riyadh area, three in Makkah Province, three in the Eastern Province, two mosques in the Hail Region, and a mosque in the Asir locale, after finishing every prudent step, for the most part, sanitization, and support. 

The service approached admirers and mosque workers to submit to the guidelines on careful steps for the wellbeing and soundness of the individuals who visit the “House of God.”

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