We as Muslims believe in Allah’s divine decree and place our reliance on Allah, and turn to Him in humble request for the well-being of us all. But we are also required by our faith to take all reasonable precautions. SLMCC are carefully monitoring the ongoing situation concerning the Coronavirus and following the latest Government guidelines and advice from Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) and other experts.
With that in mind please read all the following points carefully and takes action
- General: Anyone with dry cough, fever or even mild cold symptoms is advised to pray a home and NOT come to the masjid in order to avoid potential spreading of virus.
- Jumu’ah: Elderly (60 and over) are advised to pray Dhuhr at home as there is a higher chance of catching the virus in large congregations and the impact to the elderly is likely to be more harmful
- Daily Jama’ah Prayers: The advice to the elderly remains the same – pray at home
- General: All the regular halaqahs and programs at the masjid have been cancelled until further notice, including Al-Falah Weekday Madrasah.
- General: Perform wudu at home before coming to the Masjid – Wash your hands additionally on arrival at the Masjid
- General: If wudu has to be done in the masjid, please use the individual face Towels provided
- General: Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly for at least 20 seconds
- General: Avoid physical contact where possible with others – this includes shaking hands, hugging and other forms of physical greetings.
- General: Try to bring your own Musalla to the Masjid or use the disposable tissue paper provided.
- General: If anyone has been diagnosed and has attended SLMCC, please let the BOT know immediately on 07490 000998 or email email@example.com.
- General: Anyone who has had secondary contact should not come to the Masjid
- General: Keep up your daily adhkaar and make regular du’a that Allah keeps the community safe and strong.
- General: Further details will follow with regards neighbourhood support for the elderly and those who are vulnerable.
As the situation is changing all the time, we will keep you informed of any further updates.