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Published 23.06.2020 08:38
Saudi Arabia bans international pilgrims from attending Mecca this year due to the pandemic.
Saudi authorities explained it would be a “very limited” hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, which is scheduled to begin on July 28. Only some people from different nationalities living in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to attend. Previously goverments from Malasya, Brunei, and Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim-majority country,…
Inclusion,
Published 31.05.2020 17:35
In Delhi, India, Sahib Gurdwara kitching, a Sikh house of worship, is cooking for thousands during the pandemic.
The complex of this Gurudwara, which is the name of the place of worship for Sikhs, has a kitchen, a hospital, a school, a museum and an art gallery. Since the lockdown began in India on March 25, cooks have been feeding thousands of people.
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Published 27.05.2020 13:06
In Nigeria, the Catholic Church has offered up all their health facilities for Covid-19 treatment.
Over 400 facilities that are located all over the country will be used as isolation centers for Covid-19 patients. This comes at a time when the country was now considering home-based care for Covid-19 patients due to the lack of available hospital beds in some parts of the country.
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Published 27.05.2020 10:04
In Niger, places of worship have reopened after a two month closure due to Covid-19.
The government has lifted the country’s ban on religious gatherings but has urged religious leaders to ensure that safety measures such as hand washing, disinfecting, wearing masks and social distancing are observed during such gatherings. They further warned that the ban could be reinstated if Covid-19 cases increase as a…
Inclusion, ,
Published 24.05.2020 13:59
In Kenya a community is holding church services for children from their balconies.
The balcony to balcony weekly Sunday school service was initiated after the country banned religious gatherings in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Children and their parents are able to enjoy the service and take part in prayers and worship from their balconies. Organizer Lilian Mbeere says it has also given…
Lockdown,
Published 23.05.2020 21:43
In Germany, a church opened its doors to Muslims who were unable to fit into their mosque under new social distancing rules.
Although the country suspended religious services as a means of curbing the Covid-19 outbreaks, Germany recently started allowing worshippers to gather in groups of up to 50 people at a time. But worshippers must maintain a distance of 1.5 meters. As a result, some Muslims were left without a place…
Inclusion,
Published 22.05.2020 18:00
Myanmar’s top monk has donated to the Covid-19 emergency fund set up by Pope Francis on April 6.
Monk Sitagu Sayadaw donated US$10,000 to Archbishop Marco Tin Win of Mandalay Archdiocese. Pope Francis uses the fund to support more than 1,110 dioceses across Asia, Africa, Oceania and South America, through the Pontifical Mission Societies affected by the pandemic.
Health,
Published 18.05.2020 16:55
In India, Muslims who recovered from Covid-19 have taken a pledge to donate their plasma to help other patients.
Hundreds of volunteers from a religious group “Tablighi Jamaat” were condemned for a large gathering before a lockdown in March. But now these people are helping others who suffer during the pandemic.
Lockdown,
Published 11.05.2020 18:18
In Ghana mourners are now attending online funerals due to the social distancing restrictions.
In Ghana mourners are now attending online funerals due to the country’s Covid-19 social distancing restrictions. The country has imposed a limit of 25 people at funerals which goes against the cultural norm of large gatherings at funerals. In order to counter this, some people are leaving their dead relatives…
Health,
Published 27.04.2020 13:02
In Somalia, Muslim clerics are sharing Covid-19 information to counter the propaganda of militant Islamists.
The ministries of religious affairs, health and information have been working with Muslim leaders to share accurate messages regarding Covid-19 using vehicles mounted with loudspeakers, and from the minarets of mosques. The al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab group has warned Muslims to beware of infectious diseases such as Covid-19.

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