Mosques will Partially Re-Open in Bahrain
2021-03-03 - 10:25 am
Bahrain Mirror: Mosques will re-open across Bahrain for the Fajr (Dawn), Dhuhr (Noon) and Asr (Afternoon) prayers starting Thursday, the Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments said.
The ministry stressed the importance of adhering to all precautionary measures.
The relevant decisions will be reviewed periodically in accordance with the Sharia law and health recommendations issued by the competent authorities, the ministry said.
On February 18, the authorities decided to extend preventive measures to combat Coronavirus for another three weeks, starting on February 21, and ending on March 14, 2021. As part of the measures, government entities and institutions allowed 70% of employees to work from home, adopted remote learning, closed gyms, and stopped services inside restaurants and cafes.
In the latest official statistics, Coronavirus infections in Bahrain recorded 122.587 cases, 115.895 of whom were cured, while 452 died.
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