Masjids are opened for Prayer

Saudi Interior Ministry spokesman Talal al-Shalalhub has said that even during curfew, the mosque will be allowed to go to the mosque to pray. اَلْحَمْدُلِلّهِ

The Interior Ministry said in a statement Tuesday that the time to leave the country has changed after the country’s curfew was imposed, according to Saudi news agency SPA. The Mecca is exempt from the new change.

According to the Interior Ministry, new exit hours will be implemented in three phases.

1. Wash hands before and after coming to Mosque
2. Elderly (above 50) will pray at home
3. Read Quran on your cell phone
4. Bring your own prayer mat
5. Always keep 2-meter distance with others
6. No kids under 15 years allowed
7. Wear masks
8. Abolution – Wudu at home
9. NO Handshakes
10. Make queues while entering or exiting the Mosque

The mosques have been allowed to perform obligatory prayers and Friday prayers since Sunday, May 31, an Interior Ministry spokesman said. The mosques of Mecca are exempt from this permission.

During this period, local citizens and residents will be allowed to leave their homes from 6am to 8pmdaily.

In many parts of the country, prayers of Fajr and Aisha will be performed during curfew.

The Interior Ministry, in response to a question from local citizens and foreigners, said that they can go to the mosque to pray during curfews, but security measures must be imposed when they go to pay for the prayer.

Remember that the curfew period from Thursday will be from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm , while the curfew will run from 8 am to 6 pm from Sunday. During this time, local citizens and foreign nationals can come to the mosques for prayers.