The Kuwaiti authorities issued an important decision that promises all residents and citizens this good news.
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs has given the green light to reopen mosques in some areas from Wednesday.
The move comes after three months of closure due to the pandemic of the new Corona virus.
The Kuwaiti News Agency quoted the Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Dr. Fahd Al-Afasy as saying that the mosques in the "typical" and "sparsely populated" areas will receive worshipers for the five prayers starting at noon on Wednesday, June 10.
He continued that Friday prayers and sermons will be held only at the Grand Mosque in Kuwait City and will be broadcast on the official channel of Kuwait TV.
The minister explained that only the preacher of the mosque and its personnel will be allowed to attend this prayer.
Al-Afasy indicated that the ministry has completed all preparations for the reopening of mosques and will abide by all preventive and preventive measures set by the state health authorities to prevent the spread of the virus.