Some mosques in Malaysia are allowed to open their doors for Friday prayers after nearly two months as social restrictions in the Muslim-majority country are slowly eased. Only mosques in “green zones” (areas with no active COVID-19 cases) are allowed to open, with gatherings limited to not more than 30 people seated in prayer about a metre apart from each other.
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