How To Protect Yourself And Family When Praying At Mosques During Covid-19 Pandemic? | Urban Rugs

As a parent, you want to do everything you can to protect your children. Keeping your home healthy and safe is a priority now. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it a lot of challenges for families across the globe. These are tough times and everyone is hoping to come out of it in the strongest way possible.

We as Muslims, performing Salah at Masjid is one of the greatest rituals to us. So, here are some basic points to help keep Muslims praying in mosques safe from the spread of coronavirus.

Some Basic Points We Advise When Going To Masjid! 

  • Perform your Wud’u (ablution) at home before going to the mosque
  • Wear face masks and keep it on at all times
  • Bring your own prayer mat
  • Avoid crowding mosques entrances when going in and out of the Masjid
  • Social distancing is a must
  • Use your personal Quran
  • Leave the Masjid promptly after finishing the prayers
  • Don’t Gather or shake hands with others
  • Don’t go to the mosque if you are feeling unwell

                  These are some tips that we advise you to do when going to the Masjid during Covid-19 pandemic.  We hope they are useful to you all. Stay Safe!

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