The doctors have urged the government to revert to the previous ruling of allowing up to 5 people to offer prayers in mosques.
The doctors wrote a letter which explained that this ruling would be putting the elderly people of the population at risk. They argued that almost 80 per cent of the people who go to mosques to pray are between the ages of 60 and 70.
With Ramadan coming up, mosques will become more crowded and will undergo prolonged periods of contact especially during Taraweeh prayers which have also been allowed. Mosques do not have the capacity to hold many people while practicing social distancing. The letter addressed this saying, “It is all but certain that this will cause significant mayhem, as the mosques practising social distancing will only be able to accommodate 20-25pc of the regular namazis, which will further worsen the situation.”
Doctors fear that this ruling will increase the number of cases in Pakistan tenfold in this month alone if it is not reverted.
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