How COVID-19 Lockdown Will Affect Ramadan for Muslims

Ramadan is the Muslim holy month that is usually marked by fasting, prayers and mass gatherings that could spell disaster if they happen this year. Many countries have advised their citizens to avoid large gatherings and break their fast individually or with family at home. Ramadan is set to begin on April 23 and will end a month later on May 23.

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