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COVID-19: Bangladesh Islamic foundation issues guidelines over Namaz

Dhaka, Mar 30 (UNI) The Islamic Foundation of Bangladesh on Monday issued some guidelines over various issues, including offering namaz and maintaining people’s safety at mosques, and the funeral of coronavirus patients.
Aleam-Ulema (Islamic scholars) at an emergency meeting provided the guidelines for general people, imams, khatibs, and mosque committees, a statement said on Monday.
The meeting, chaired by Anis Mahmud, Director General of the Islamic Foundation of Bangladesh, urged people to pray to almighty Allah to save them from the pandemic.
It also requested people to keep presence at the mosques limited during Jamaat and Jum’a prayers to prevent transmission of coronavirus.
Earlier, it also advised returnees from abroad, persons suffering from fever, cough and cold and coronavirus-like symptoms, to avoid going to mosques and public gatherings.
Bangladesh reported another COVID-19 case in the country on Monday, taking the total number of confirmed cases to 49. The country so far confirmed five deaths.
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