Friday prayers allowed in mosques after 8 months in UAE

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Friday prayers allowed in mosques after 8 months in UAE
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Dubai: The United Arab Emirates has allowed Friday prayers in mosques after eight months.

The UAE administration has allowed Friday prayers in mosques after eight months under a special procedure. It was given the spread of the coronavirus.

Under a regulation issued by UAE authorities, only 30 percent of the mosque’s capacity will allow people to offer Friday prayers, effective December 4.

In addition, the Abu Dhabi administration has announced that the first two doses of the vaccine will be experimentally included in the Golden Star category. These individuals will not be tested for corona on their return to Abu Dhabi from any state in the UAE. The quarantine will also be an exception.

It should be noted that like the rest of the world, measures are being taken in the United Arab Emirates given the second wave of the corona. More than 160,000 people in the UAE have been diagnosed with corona while more than 560 have died. Due to Corona, the UAE has again banned the issuance of visit and work visas for citizens of several countries. That includes Pakistan as well.

On the other hand, trials of two vaccines for coronavirus in the United Arab Emirates are in the third phase. One of which is made by the Chinese company Synoform and the other by Russia.

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