Mosques in Saudi reopen today, and each one has undergone complete sterilization to ensure they are clean and ready for worshippers.
The follows the easing of restrictions after the 24-hour Eid lockdown and authorities have been working tirelessly to inspect mosques across The Kingdom in preparation for today.
Mosques in Saudi reopen today
Minister of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance Sheikh Dr. Abdullatif bin Abdulaziz Al-Sheikh inspected a number of mosques to ensure all preventative measures were in place for today’s reopening.
This follows the guidelines that mosques across Saudi may reopen today in all regions, excluding Mecca and providing all guidelines are adhered to.
All mosques have undergone complete sterilization and cleaning to ensure the safety of worshippers.
— SPAENG (@Spa_Eng) May 30, 2020