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Burkina Faso reopens mosques and imposes measures to limit the spread of the coronavirus

May 3, 2020

MADRID, May 3 (EUROPE PRESS) –

The Burkina Faso government has approved the reopening of mosques across the country as long as a series of security and social detachment measures are in place to limit the spread of the coronavirus in the African country.

The Federation of Burkina Faso Islamic Associations (FAIB) said in a statement that approval was given by the Ministry of Worship, and highlighted that the agency has given the green light for reopening mosques from this Saturday, May 2.

Burkina Faso reopens mosques and imposes measures to limit the spread of the coronavirusBurkina Faso reopens mosques and imposes measures to limit the spread of the coronavirus

He has stated in detail that mosques will be open as long as “regular disinfection” is carried out, the interior is “ventilated” through doors and windows, sinks are installed and disinfectants are provided at the entrance and washing is carried out at home

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