KRCS distributes masks, sanitizers at mosques during Friday prayers
KUWAIT, July 17: Worshipers were overwhelmed with relief with joy for performing Friday prayers at mosques for the first time since outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
The cabinet several days ago authorized resumption of the prayers at the mosques on condition that the devotees adhere to health precautions, warranted to spare themselves infection with the virus.
Meanwhile Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) distributed masks and sanitizers to worshipers in many Kuwaiti governorates after it opened on Friday prayers, as a precautionary measure to combat COVID-19.
Speaking to KUNA, Director of Public Relations and Information at KRCS Khaled Al-Zaid said that they also distributed gloves while providing awareness about the virus’ symptoms and ways to prevent infection.
This requires public and private institutions’ cooperation to provide needs and supplies to counter the contagion, he added.
He praised the keenness of worshipers wearing masks while social distancing. Al-Zaid appreciated the nonstop efforts made by all state ministries, sectors and various institutions to protect people.(KUNA)