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Idul Adha with Health Protocols

 The Religious Affairs Ministry and the Indonesian Ulemas Council (MUI) are urging people to celebrate Idul Adha (the Islamic Day of Sacrifice)

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Pontianak Islamic Holidays Day Committee, West Kalimantan, reviewed the location of the Eid al-Adha prayer on the page of the Pontianak Mayor\'s Office on Friday (24/7/2020).

JAKARTA, KOMPAS — The Religious Affairs Ministry and the Indonesian Ulemas Council (MUI) are urging people to celebrate Idul Adha (the Islamic Day of Sacrifice), which falls on Friday (31/7/2020) of the year 1441 on the Islamic calendar, using strict health protocols. This aims to reduce the potential for the spread of COVID-19, especially during congregational prayers, the slaughter of sacrificial animals and the distribution of their meat.

Religious Affairs Ministry community development director general Kamaruddin Amin said in Jakarta on Tuesday (28/7/2020) that the ministry had distributed its guidelines for Idul Adha prayer and sacrifices through its office and regional COVID-19 task forces. The information has also been shared on the ministry’s social media channels, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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