• September 28, 2020

Churches Open in Germany. Mosques To Open in Iran. Africa Still Locks Them

Churches in Germany are now open for Sunday services for the first whilst also some mosques in Iran are set to reopen but churches and mosque are still largely under locks and keys in Africa since the coronavirus spread peaked in March.

The re-opening of churches in Germany is the latest easing of Germany’s full lockdown restrictions in place since 22 March.

Playground and Cultural centers such as museums and zoos may get a nod open soon in Germany.

Chancellor Angela Merkel hinted that the governments will not make a decision on the hospital industry at their next meeting on 6 May. The country’s focus is now on how to further relax the rules for schools, childcare centers and sports facilities.

Germany sits at number 6 position globally with 164,967 confirmed cases of the Covid-19, with 6,812 deaths. Iran has 96,448 infections with 6.165 deaths.

Iranians have had to make do with attending drive-ins to watch sermons during the holy Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.

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South Africa and Nigeria, the two power houses on the continent are yet to open churches and mosques: ditto for many other African countries.

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