Covid-19: Johor to maintain 0.5m physical distance SOP for congregational, Friday prayers for now, says exco member

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 13 Jan 2022

JOHOR BARU: No changes will be made to the current half-metre physical distance for congregational and Friday prayers in Johor, says Tosrin Jarvanthi following a reported Covid-19 cluster in Pulai Perdana Tiga that involved mosque-goers.

The Johor Islamic Religious Affairs Committee chairman added that although the cases were linked to Umrah pilgrims who have returned home, the physical distance will continue to be practised.

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