For the second year in a row, Indonesian Muslims are celebrating the holy month of Ramadan with limited social gatherings, only this time they are encouraged to better contribute to public health by getting their vaccine jabs.
Following a confirmation meeting with Islamic organizations and relevant parties and in consideration of astronomical calculations and the new moon observation, the government announced on Monday that this year’s Ramadan would start on Tuesday.
The government reminded Muslims to avoid large gatherings during prayers and the collection and distribution of alms. Last year, many congregants across the country continued to perform tarawih (Ramadan evening prayers) in mosques during the first few days of the fasting month despite the government’s official advisory and partial lockdown policies in several regions that required ...
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