The central crisis headquarters for COVID-19 will discuss the topic of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan in the next few days, said Deputy Prime Minister Bujar Osmani, who noted that the government is likely to adopt a package of decisions regarding this month.
“We plan to discuss the month of Ramadan at the Central Headquarters, because it is a 30-day holiday, with certain specifics to see all the circumstances that are possible risks of possible behavior of people respecting religious duties,” Osmani said.
Osmani also blamed the leaders of the IRC who voluntarily accepted to close the mosques, i.e. to ban religious rites for several weeks.
“I think that this should continue in the next period until the health condition stabilizes, i.e. the Commission for Infectious Diseases has not decided that there may be another gathering of people,” Osmani said.
The holy month of Ramadan should begin on April 24 (Friday) and last for 30 days.