Moscow mosque will open for parishioners from 6 June, said Tuesday the press service of the Council of Muftis of Russia (SMR).
"the blessing of the mufti Sheikh Ravil Gainutdin with 6 Jun mosque of Moscow will open its doors to parishioners, June 1 Thursday, June 4, the Moscow Cathedral mosque conducts daily prayers with a limited number of worshipers. 5 Jun of Friday prayer the Moscow Cathedral mosque will be broadcast online", – stated in the message.
According to the press service, "access at the mosque will be carried out with observance of all necessary sanitary-epidemiological requirements, including social distance, with the participation of believers in worship".
June 1, collective worship with a number of restrictions in the Moscow Cathedral mosque was renewed.
Orthodox churches of Moscow, as reported by the working group under the Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia for the coordination of the activities of Church institutions in terms of the spread of coronavirus infection, will open to believers from June 6, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour Yelokhovo Cathedral will open on Tuesday, June 2nd.