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Govt instructs prayers at home in Red Zone

The government has instructed all residents of the areas locked down to prevent spread of the coronavirus, marked as Red Zones, to offer their prayers at home. Only the khatibs, imams, muezzins and ...

A Muslim boy recites Qu'oran at the Bait Ur Rouf Mosque during Ramadan amid concerns over the coronavirus disease(COVID-19) outbreak in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 15 May 2020.

Mosques, worship centres asked to disseminate COVID-19 messages

The government has asked the authorities of the country’s mosques and other places of worship to disseminate messages on coronavirus regularly through loudspeakers aiming to make people aware of the ...

Mosques, worship centres asked to disseminate COVID-19 messages

PM Hasina provides Tk 1.22b assistance for mosques

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina has provided a financial assistance of Tk 1.22 billion for the country's mosques amid the COVID-19 pandemic, reports UNB.

PM Hasina provides Tk 1.22b assistance for mosques

TOP SHOTS (8 May 2020)

Muslims attend Jum’a prayer at the Baitul Mokarram National Mosque after the government has eased the restrictions amid concerns over the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 8 May, 2020.

Muslims in Bangladesh join Jum’a prayers after one month

Many Muslims in the capital took part in the Friday prayers at mosques, a month after the restriction on congregations was withdrawn.

Many Muslims in Dhaka take part in the Friday prayers on 8 May.

Govt opens mosques for prayers

Earlier on 6 April, the ministry directed all to avoid mosques and offer prayers at home to prevent the transmission of fast-spreading lung disease (COVID-19) due to the novel virus infections

Muslims attend Friday prayers at Baitul Mukarram National Mosque amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus infection in Dhaka, on 20 Mar, 2020.

Asia's mosques deserted as coronavirus keeps Ramadan faithful away

It is a Ramadan like never before for Muslims across Asia as mosques that would normally be packed for prayers are deserted and in some places locked up as governments enforced measures to stem the ...

A Muslim devotee recites the Koran at the Star Mosque during Ramadan in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 26 April 2020.

Social distancing, at the masjid too

Things are getting out of hand for Bangladesh. Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection is no longer a story of China or Italy.

Muslims attend Friday prayers at Baitul Mukarram National Mosque amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus infection in Dhaka, on 20 Mar, 2020.

'Prayer at home better than mosque for now'

As Saudi Arabia and some Gulf countries have suspended congregational prayers at mosques to avoid the spread of coronavirus, Muslims in Bangladesh are confused whether they should go to mosques on ...

Islamic scholars say prayer at home better than mosque for now

Returnees, sick people urged not to visit mosques

The Islamic Foundation has advised returned migrants, persons suffering from fever, cough and cold and coronavirus-like symptoms, to avoid going to mosques and public gatherings to prevent the spread ...

Returnees, sick people urged not to visit mosques
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