Religious Scholars Ban Congregations Amid COVID-19

Religious scholars in Afghanistan out rightly banned all sorts of congregations in the country amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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The ruling came in the form of a ‘fatwa’ religious decree through the Ulema’s (religious scholars) High Commission, endorsed by the Ministry of Hajj and Religious Affairs.

It has urged people to stay at home and avoid going to mosques for five-time prayers. The decree has advised only a few close relatives should attend funeral prayers of a person who dies of the coronavirus.

This comes as the number of4 patients infected with the virus also known as COVID-19 surged over 367 on Monday.

Police in the capital city Kabul on Sunday set-up additional check posts to strictly implement the lockdown.

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