Closure of 3 mosques after those in charge of them allowed the entry of unauthorized worshipers, including existing cases
Closure of 3 mosques after those in charge of them allowed the entry of unauthorized worshipers, including existing cases

The Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments announced that within the framework of the process of tracking the existing cases of Corona virus and their contacts carried out by the national medical team in the interest of public health and the safety of everyone, it was found that three mosques violated the prescribed health precautionary measures, as those in charge of them allowed the entry of non-vaccinated worshipers and it became clear that among them Existing cases of Corona virus that must be isolated and not mixed with others.

 

Given the laxity of those in charge of these mosques in implementing precautionary measures, especially those related to examining the vaccination certificate upon entry, the Ministry decided, after coordination with the national medical team to deal with the Coronavirus, to temporarily close three mosques in the southern governorate for a period of one week so that the concerned teams can track the extent of the infection. And carry out the contact tracing process, as well as carry out the sterilization process and ensure that precautionary measures are taken correctly and put into practice.

The Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments calls on everyone, especially those in charge of mosques, to assume religious and national responsibility by fully adhering to health requirements and precautionary measures in order to preserve the health of citizens and residents, as it became clear from the process of monitoring and tracking the existing cases that laxity in not following the precautionary measures may have caused the spread of infection Among a number of worshipers, which led to the taking of the prescribed measures to preserve the health and safety of the citizens and residents worshipers, so that everyone could perform religious rituals without danger to oneself or others.