Saudi Arabia Allowed Mosques to Open for All Prayers

King Khalid Masjid

Saudi Arabia announced to allow the Jumu’ah prayer and five times daily prayers to be held for all the obligatory prayers in the masjids over all the Kingdom, except mosques in the city of Makkah, while following precautionary measures for Covid-19.

Also Read: Mosques Rules for all Prayers due to Covid-19

Suspension lifted from Prayers at Mosques

The Muslims will be allowed to read Friday Prayer (Jumah) and five times prayers at Sacred Mosque from Sunday, 31st May (8 Shawwal 1441 AH) until the end of 20th June 2020 (Saturday 28 Shawwal 1441 AH) with preventive measures to ensure the safety of all.

Mosques will be authorized to open 20 minutes before prayers and should close after 20 minutes once salah finish.

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