Prayer spaces at 19 mosques available from 23-26 March: Muis

A worker cleaning the carpets at Sultan Mosque. (PHOTO: Muis)

SINGAPORE — Small prayer spaces at 19 mosques will made available for limited hours from 23 March to 26 March, said the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis) on Sunday (22 March).

“Contact tracing will be implemented,” said Muis in a Facebook post.

All congregants will have to submit their details by scanning a QR code at the venues and are encouraged to download the SingPass mobile app for a “faster and seamless experience”.

Those attending should also bring their own personal prayer items such as prayer mats and telekung (prayer garment) for women.

“It would be good if we can help our family members, relatives and friends adapt to this new norm as we work towards our mosques reopening on (27 March),” said Muis.

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