Islamic Affairs department has issued Covid-19 guidelines for worshippers.
All mosques in Dubai have been completely sterilised, according to an update by Dubai Municipality on Tuesday.
The authority put out a video on its social media channels, showing teams in protective gear carrying out thorough sterilisation of mosque facilities – from the steps leading inside to the doorways, framework and prayer rooms.
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#DubaiMunicipality completed sterilising mosques in the Emirate in cooperation with the Islamic Affairs & Charitable Activities Department and asks everyone to adhere to the safety measures adopted by the Islamic Affairs & Charitable Activities Department. #We_Are_All_Responsible pic.twitter.com/u7MW7kozKt
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The sterilisation programme was undertaken in cooperation with the Islamic Affairs & Charitable Activities Department.
It comes as the UAE announced all places of worship would be permitted to reopen once more, starting Wednesday, July 1.
Dubai Municipality further reminded all members of the public to adhere to the safety measures adopted by the Islamic Affairs & Charitable Activities Department, in order to continue keeping the community safe.