Saudi Arabia has announced the opening of that the Prophet’s Mosque in Madina for public starting tomorrow (Sunday). It will gradually open to the public starting Sunday.
Mosques across the Kingdom, except for those in Makkah were praparing for reopen their doors to worshippers starting Sunday as part of an ease in the curfew restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Prophet’s Mosque in Madina to Reopen for Public
Almost 90,000 mosques were started sanitizing and provided a list of measures for worshipers if coming to mosque for prayers.
The Saudi minister of Islamic affairs announced on Friday the readiness of the Kingdom’s mosques to welcome worshippers after he completed field trips to check on necessary preparations.
“Throughout our inspection trips, we found our mosques to have completed preparations and are in the best condition,” Abdullatif bin Abdulaziz Al-Sheikh said.