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Children Not Permitted In Saudi Arabia’s Prophet’s Mosque During Ramadan

Children Not Permitted In Saudi Arabia’s Prophet’s Mosque During Ramadan
Children under the age of 15 as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus will not be permitted to enter the Prophet’s Mosque and its courtyards during Ramadan. The Ramadan plan of the Prophet’s Mosque also included shortening Tarawih prayer time to half, closing the mosque 30 minutes after Tarawih prayer, and suspending i'tikaf for the second year in a row.

People who wish to break their fast at the Prophet’s Mosque will be offered water and dates only for personal consumption. No sharing, distribution, or gatherings will be permitted. Arranging and distributing meals at the courtyards of the mosque is also not allowed. Mawqif which is the national parking app will be required by worshippers to facilitate their exit from the mosque.

7 COVID-related deaths were reported in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Wednesday. The death toll now stands at 6,676.


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