Kuwaiti citizens will be allowed to pray at mosques this Ramadan. Worshippers are no longer required to maintain physical distancing.
13 March 2022, 12:00 AM
31 March 2022, 12:00 AM
Kuwaiti citizens and expats will be allowed to pray at mosques this Ramadan like they were able to pandemic broke out.
According to the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, Farid Emadi, the Ministry of Awqaf has drawn up plans for Ramadan, and lessons and lectures will be allowed to be held across mosques.
A ban on in-person events, such as conferences, training courses, weddings and funerals, has also been lifted under the new measures that took effect on February 20.
Worshippers in Kuwaiti mosques are no longer required to maintain physical distancing as part of newly introduced measures to ease curbs.
This year, Ramadan is likely to begin on April 2, and will end on May 1.