UAE mosques to hold Qiyam-ul-lail prayers

UAE mosques to hold Qiyam-ul-lail prayers
UAE mosques to hold Qiyam-ul-lail prayers

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UAE health authorities during their weekly briefing announced the “Tahajjud” (Qiyam-ul-lail) prayers will be held at mosques across the UAE during the last ten days of the Holy Month of Ramadan.

It was decided to limit prayer time to 30 minutes between 12:00-12:30am across  UAE. Worshippers must abide by all precautionary measures in place.

And mosques will be closed immediately after prayers.

Authorities, however, said I’tikaaf won’t be allowed this year.

During the briefing it was also revealed that the UAE has advanced to 8th place worldwide and maintains its 1st position in Arab world on Bloomberg’s Covid-19 Resilience Ranking, achieving 69.7 points on general index.

Thus, it’s among top 10 countries ahead of China, Finland, Denmark, Canada & Switzerland.

The UAE managed to reach this advanced position regionally and globally, thanks to the preventive measures it took since the beginning of the crisis, as it dealt with the pandemic effectively, while not disrupting business and societal affairs.

The success of the national vaccination campaign in the UAE in achieving its goals so far is an indication of the strength of the medical and health system in it, as the total number of doses provided to date has reached more than 10 million doses.

Availability of vaccines is a key achievement in the UAE’s battle against pandemic. It’s available to all for free in all centers operating at max. capacity, which requires all to cooperate & start getting vaccine & reach acquired immunity due to vaccination.

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