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The Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai (IACAD) has released videos in Arabic, English and Urdu to create awareness about the precautions to be followed while praying in mosques during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
Worshipers are urged to follow all COVID-19 precautionary measures during the Holy Month to curb the spread of coronavirus.
Videos also give information about the prayer timings and about the gap between Azan and each prayer.
Worshipppers are urged to bring their own prayer mats and are advised follow social distancing guidelines.
Authorities have also prohibited worshippers from bringing or distribution food items inside or near the mosques.
Many Muslim religious leaders, including in Saudi Arabia, have tried to dispel concerns about getting the coronavirus vaccine in Ramadan, saying that doing so does not constitute breaking the fast.
The UAE Fatwa Council has also stressed that taking the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine via injection in the daytime during the Holy Month of Ramadan will not violate fasting or affect its validity.
It further said that if individuals taking the vaccine suffer from fatigue, they should break their fast.
UAE Fatwa Council also said that Eid prayers constitute a confirmed Sunna and may be performed at home if necessary.
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