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Stay safe during Eid
The following information was provided ahead of Eid weekend (31 July to 2 August) to ensure members of the Muslim community were able to worship and observe Eid safely.
Director of Public Health, Houda Al-Sharifi, reminded those in the Muslim community about measures they should follow ahead of Eid weekend (31 July to 2 August). While Eid is usually a time for togetherness, sacrifices were made this year to minimise the spread of Coronavirus.
The Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre shared information about their arrangements at this time as well as other advice and guidance on staying safe this Eid.
This video message is also available in Arabic, so please do share it with non-English speaking friends and family members.