Prayers at mosques across Qatar shall continue to remain suspended, the Ministry of Endowments (Awqaf) and Islamic Affairs has clarified on Thursday.
In a tweet, Awqaf explained that some infographics circulating on social media about the safe practices in the mosques are intended to foster awareness about the preventive and precautionary measures against Covid-19, when the circumstances become conducive to reopen the mosques.
Mosques in Qatar were closed temporarily in April as part of measures to combat the Covid-19 outbreak. The call to prayer is made and people are expected to pray at their homes.
The Imam Muhammad Ibn Abd Al Wahhab Mosque continues to offer prayers with only 40 people, including its imams and employees.
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