Iran announced on Sunday that it will allow Eid Al-Fitr prayers to be held in open spaces in all Iranian cities.
Hossein Kazemi, secretary of the committee tackling the coronavirus outbreak in Iran, said that the prayer will be held in open places and in all cities, adding that it will not take place where participation is likely to be intense, according to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA).
He explained that restaurants will be opened after Ramadan, taking into account health protocols.
The Iranian Ministry of Health announced on Saturday that the conditions in the country are better than before, stressing on the need to continue to adhere to health recommendations. (QNA)
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