US mosques registering worshipers before prayers to counter coronavirus

Places of worship are gradually reopening after three months
Jun 12, 2020
[video width="640" height="360" mp4="https://i.samaa.tv/wp-content/uploads//usr/nfs/sestore3/samaa/vodstore/digital-library/2020/06/USA-Mosque-Open-Aslive-12-06-.mp4"][/video] Businesses and places of worship in the US are slowly reopening after being closed for over three months. Many mosques in the US are practicing social distancing while conducting congregational prayers and this has lead to a shortage of space. Therefore, mosque administrations have begun registering people on their websites beforehand. At a time 100 people are allowed to offer their prayers and all of them are pre-registered. People who do not have the internet facilities at home can come directly to the mosques before the prayers to get themselves registered. A mosque worker will scan them at the entrance for a fever with a thermal scanner and then match their registration number with a QR code scanner. Worshipers will then be allowed to enter the mosque if they have gloves, face masks and their own prayer mat.

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