Saturday, October 16, 2021

Mosques, suraus in Sabah open for prayers

This is subject to limits on the number of worshippers allowed and compliance with SOPs.

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Congregational prayers will be allowed at mosques and suraus in all zones in Sabah effective today.

According to a statement issued by the state Covid-19 Disaster Management Committee, mosques and suraus in orange and red zones will be allowed a maximum of 30 people for compulsory prayers and 40 people for Friday prayers.

For those in yellow and green zones, capacity will be limited to 40 people for the compulsory prayers and one-third of the prayer hall for Friday prayers.

The permission is subject to compliance with the prescribed SOPs under the conditional movement control order.

Activities other than compulsory and Friday prayers remain prohibited.

Selected mosques and suraus will be opened at certain times to allow members of the public, especially travellers, to perform their prayers during their journey.

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