More Ramadan features could return, depending on Covid-19 situation: Singapore’s Mufti

Muis is looking at how Ramadan activities, such as congregational prayers, can be allowed to proceed safely. PHOTO: ST
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SINGAPORE - Muslims here can expect some features of the holy month of Ramadan to return, such as nightly congregational prayers with larger capacities, but this is contingent on the local Covid-19 situation and national health guidelines.

The Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis) will ensure the activities are conducted safely but it will not mean a return to the pre-pandemic setting, said Mufti Nazirudin Mohd Nasir in an exclusive interview with The Straits Times on March 7.

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