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Mosques, suraus in Sarawak allowed to hold congregational prayers

Bernama

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CORONAVIRUS | Beginning tomorrow, the five daily prayers can be held at mosques and suraus in the state, said Sarawak Islamic Council (MIS) president Misnu Taha.

He said while Friday prayers were allowed to resume from June 12 with the number of the congregation being limited to between 20 and 100 people at any one time, depending on the size of the mosque and surau.

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