MADINAH: The Agency for the affairs of Masjid Al Nabawi has announced plans to resume mass Iftar sufras during the month of Ramadan this year.
This comes after iftar sufras were not put up for 2 years as precautionary measure against the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
The Agency has eased some of the restrictions allowing the sufras to resume while adhering to some SOPs. According to the plans, if social distancing is maintained then a maximum of 5 people will be allowed on a single carpet while if social distancing requirement is removed then a maximum of 12 people can be seated on a single carpet.
The Agency has also invited companies and individuals who wish to provide Iftar in the Mosque to obtain permits.