Ramadan Mubarak

This year Ramadan, the holiest month of the year for Muslims in our community, will be very different because of the COVID19 lockdown. The Muslim Council of Britain has produced a guide on how to observe Ramadan at home.

Ramadan Mubarak

Ramadan Mubarak

 Published: 24-Apr-2020

This year Ramadan, the holiest month of the year for Muslims in our community, will be very different because of the COVID19 lockdown.

With social distancing measures in place, normal routines such as congregational acts of worship outside of the home are suspended to stop the spread of the virus.

This includes taraweeh prayers at the mosque or anywhere outside homes, spiritual talks in the community, or iftars (breaking of the fast) with friends and family.

To help, the Muslim Council of Britain has produced a guide on how to observe #RamadanAtHome.

This includes tips on working or studying from home during Ramadan as well as advice to employers.

It can be found at mcb.org.uk/resources/Ramadan.

We wish all our Muslim friends and colleagues a blessed and peaceful Ramadan.

 Last updated: 09-Apr-2021

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