Ramzan guideline issue by NCOC due to the third wave of Covid-19
NCOC issues guidelines to contain the spread of COVID-19 source: samaa.tv

The NCOC issued the instruction for mosques and imambargahs for Ramzan on Saturday, and these guidelines are for Namaz and Taraweeh arrangements in mosques and imambargahs. According to NCOC, the people advised not to offer prayers on the roadway and footpaths. The People will be permitted to offer five prayers and Tarawih inside the mosques and imambargahs in the balcony, not in the prayer hall.

Pakistan’s Minister for Religious Affairs had announced that Mosques would stay open nationally during Ramazan with the complete observation of SOPs against the coronavirus. Carpet or rugs will not be layout in Mosques, or Imambargahs and prayers will be offered on the bare floors. Rows of the praying persons should be lineup so that there is a distance of 6 feet between individuals. If people want to bring their prayer mats from home, they can do so.

People should avoid gathering in crowds before and after the prayers. Teenagers, children, and those who suffer from flu, cough, and fever should not come to mosques or imambargahs. Taraweeh will be noticed within the border of the mosques or imambargahs. The flooring of the mosques and imambargahs should clean with Chlorine solution in water.

According to the NCOC, during Ramzan, to avoid crowding, the seher and iftar should not arrange at the mosque or imambargah. Either government observes that these precautionary measures are not being noticed, or the number of affected cases has risen to a higher level than revising its policy-relevant to mosques.

According to the ministry of science and technology, the moon of Ramzan will be sighted in Pakistan on 13th April, and the Muslims of Pakistanis will break their first fast on 14th April.

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