Video from Al-Mukminin Mosque on steps when visiting the mosque
With the recent relaxation in restrictions by the Multi-Ministry Taskforce for places of worship, Muis will also increase the number of available slots from 50 to 100 at 19 mosques for selected daily congregational prayers from with effect from 7 October 2020.
From 13 November 2020, 10 mosques will commence a pilot of 3 zones of 50 congregants each for every Friday prayer session.
During the pilot, we will adapt to the ability of the mosques and congregants to safely manage increasing the number of people in congregation. These mosques will gradually increase the number of zones to 5 in the following weeks, eventually accommodating up to a total of 750 congregants per mosque. This will enable even more congregants to perform their Friday prayers more frequently in our beloved mosques.
Kindly note that all arrangements are by appointment only. Please contact the mosque directly to place your arrangements, subject to availability of space.
Children below the age of 12, those with pre-existing chronic respiratory conditions and those 60 years old and above are highly encouraged to continue praying at home. As they are more vulnerable to get an infection, it is best that they are not exposed to the risk by going out and attending congregational prayer.
FATWA ON FRIDAY PRAYERS DURING COVID-19 (ENGLISH)
All precautionary measures will continue to be observed.
Congregants are reminded to:
1. Take wudhu at home
2. Wear a mask
3 Bring scannable identification and/or a smartphone for entry.
4. Please also bring along your personal prayer item (sejadah/telekong) and a bag/plastic bag to store your footwear.
5. Avoid physical contact with other congregants
Retrieved from MUIS FB
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