Ramadan2022 Preparations completed in Kuwait, Ramzan updates

Kuwait City, 7th March 2022:

#Ramadan 2022: Mosques in Kuwait back to normal operations
Worshippers no longer required to maintain physical distancing
Kuwaiti citizens and expats will be allowed to pray at mosques this Ramadan like they were able to pandemic broke out.
According to the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, Farid Emadi, the Ministry of Awqaf has drawn up plans for Ramadan, and lessons and lectures will be allowed to be held across mosques.

Worshippers in Kuwaiti mosques are no longer required to maintain physical distancing as part of newly introduced measures to ease curbs. A ban on in-person events, such as conferences, training courses, weddings and funerals, has also been lifted under the new measures that took effect on February 20.
Last Ramadan, the Kuwaiti cabinet restricted the number of actvities at mosques to help bring coronavirus infections under control amid an alarming rise in the country. The cabinet limited the time of Taraweeh prayer – an evening prayer performed during Ramadan in addition to the nightly Isha prayer – at mosques to 15 minutes.
The cabinet also banned delivering religious lectures or sermons and holding any activities at mosques after the prayers.
This year, Ramadan is likely to begin on April 2, and will end on May 1.
On the first day of Ramadan, the people of Dubai will fast about 13 hours and 47 minutes, gradually increasing to about 14 and a half hours towards the end of the holy month.

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Ramadan preparations completed
#Kuwait Ministry of #Awqaf & Islamic Affairs announced that Mosques in Kuwait are ready to welcome worshippers in #Ramadan under similar conditions to those that were in place pre-pandemic including #Taraweeh & #Qiyam prayers.

 Prayers held at Grand Mosque without social distancing

4,000 employees continue to sterilise Grand Mosque
Hundreds of worshippers have been seen performing the Fajr (dawn) prayer at the Grand Mosque without physical distancing.
This follows a decision by the Saudi Ministry of Interior to lift preventive measures and halt physical distancing procedures at the Grand Mosque, Prophet’s Mosque and other mosques, amidst continuing committment to wearing masks.
The Grand Mosque authority said it will provide a healthy and safe environment, where the Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques purifies air conditioning inside the Grand Mosque nine times a day and sterilises air with ultraviolet radiation before spreading it to the mosque through special air conditioning devices that purify air 100 per cent through several stages.
The stages include sucking in natural air from the roof of the Grand Mosque through suction fans, where air is pumped through filters that are cleaned daily.
More than 4,000 employees will continue to sterilise the Grand Mosque, its roof, yards and facilities and preparing the mosque for visitors and worshippers through cleaning it 10 times a day with the use of latest machinery.
 Prayers held at Grand Mosque without social distancing
 Prayers held at Grand Mosque without social distancing

Prayers held at Grand Mosque without social distancing

 Prayers held at Grand Mosque without social distancing

Prayers held at Grand Mosque without social distancing

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March 9, 2022 8:19 AM

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