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World Iran authorizes the reopening of all mosques

08:25  12 may  2020
08:25  12 may  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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(Reuters) - All mosques in Iran will reopen on Tuesday, a further step in the government’s plans to ease restrictions which aimed to contain the spread of the new coronavirus, the official IRIB news agency reported. The decision to reopen the mosques was made in consultation with the ministry of

All mosques in Iran will reopen on Tuesday, a further step in the government's plans to ease restrictions that aimed to contain the spread of The resumption of Friday prayers — still banned in the capital Tehran and some other major cities — followed the reopening last Monday of 132 mosques

SANTE-CORONAVIRUS-IRAN: Iran authorizes the reopening of all mosques

L'IRAN AUTORISE LA RÉOUVERTURE DE TOUTES LES MOSQUÉES © Reuters / Wana News Agency IRAN AUTHORIZES THE REOPENING OF ALL MOSQUES

(Reuters) - All mosques in Iran will reopen on Tuesday as part of further easing of restrictions to stem the spread of the coronavirus, official IRIB news agency reported on Monday.

The government's decision comes at a time when certain regions of the country are experiencing an increase in new daily cases of infection.

Last Friday, after two weeks of interruption, prayers were able to resume in some 180 Iranian cities considered to be less exposed to the risk of spreading the coronavirus.

(Babak Dehghanpisheh; French version Jean Terzian)

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