5 Things Will Change in Ramadan 2021 Because of Coronavirus

Coronavirus Change Ramadan 2021

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Ramadan 2021: The world is going through a global lockdown; the duration of this situation is yet uncertain. Thus, we must be prepared to observe a different month of Ramadan this year.

1. The prayers and lockdown

man standing dubai mosque
Artur Aldyrkhanov

This year, Muslims would be prevented from praying at mosques if they’re not wearing masks. Itikaaf and Ifars have been banned globally as people gatherings are strictly not recommended these days.

2. No i’tikaf within mosques during Ramadan 2021

coronavirus itikaf ramadan 2020
Rumman Amin

As mosques would be kept closed, people won’t be able to follow i’tikaf at their local mosques. But women would be still able to perform i’tikaf prayers as they follow most of the religious prayers within their houses.

3. There won’t be any Social gatherings

muslim woman hijab cherry blossom
Hasan Almasi

Also, people won’t be able to have gatherings and eat with their friends and acquaintances. Eid shopping will also be impacted. We won’t be able to meet our relatives after watching the sight of the moon in order to felicitate them about Ramadan.

4. 27th Ramadan

man praying in turkish mosque
Rachid Oucharia

27th Ramadan, which is the night of blessings, won’t also be as regular as it was. Amid the lockdown to stay socially distant, lightning or the sermons at homes or at the mosques won’t be possible.

5. The Taraweeh prayers

problem of taraweeh during ramzan 2020
Utsman Media

With regards to the ban on congregational prayers, the Taraweeh prayers also wouldn’t stay intact. Sadly, Taraweeh” in Ramadan 2021, which are the special evening prayers, won’t be followed within the mosques.

Thereby we can also conclude that we shall observe a different Eid day too, this year. The contagious viral pandemic has changed our lives in all the aspects that one isn’t able to predict in the future.

We must be prepared for the unpredictables as there is currently no cure and drugs for coronavirus.

Muslims are only left with an option to pray inside their houses and ask Allah for His forgiveness.
We are suggested to seek Allah’s mercy to get through these difficult times.

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