Some mosques in Malaysia opened their doors to perform Friday prayers, only by those who performed them after a two-month closure, as part of easing the measures taken to combat the Corona virus.
Anatolia correspondent explained that the federal provinces, Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan, along with some states, have opened specific mosques to perform Friday prayers.
The opening of the mosques, based on the instructions of the Fatwa Institutions in the regions and states, witnessed the performance of those who perform Friday prayers only by those in charge of them.
Eid prayers are also scheduled to be performed with limited participation in the opening mosques, in accordance with the decision taken by the Fatwa Council.
Mosques were closed in Malaysia after the government imposed a partial curfew on March 18 to curb the spread of the epidemic.
As of Friday, the number of HIV infections in the country was 6,855.
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