Iran announces the opening of mosques in the last decade of Ramadan

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Iran has announced the opening of all mosques across the country for the odd nights of the last decade of Ramadan.

In a televised address, Iran’s health minister said mosques would be open for three days from next week on odd nights of Shab-e-Qadr from midnight to 2 p.m.

The health minister also warned that the biggest mistake would be to assume that the coronavirus has been eradicated, adding that any carelessness could lead to a bad time.

The Iranian health minister said that social distance would be taken care of during prayers and best hygiene arrangements would be made.

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