Jama Masjid set to reopen from June 08 with COVID-19 precautions

New Delhi, June 06 (ANI): Delhi’s famous Jama Masjid is all set to reopen after almost 3 months in wake of COVID-19 pandemic. Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has allowed to reopen religious places amid the pandemic from June 08. Among the precautionary measures taken amid COVID19 outbreak, Jama Masjid has stopped ‘Wazu’ or the ritual ablutions before the namaz, in the common ponds (Masjid Houd) but wash themselves at water taps on the premises. Jama Masjid’s official, Arshad Ali said, “We have put up social distancing marker to avoid any danger of coronavirus infection.”