Muslims celebrated the end of Ramadan across the world with several nations still reeling amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The end of Ramadan is marked with the party Eid-al-Fitr where Muslims split a 30-day long span of daily fasting.
A number of the world’s 1.8 billion Muslims will need to observe the normally festive vacation from house amid lockdown orders because of coronavirus.
However, worshippers in a few nations revealed up mask-clad and sporting gloves to plead despite the health catastrophe.
Iran, the worst affected nation in the Middle East, let Truth in certain mosques but predicted bulk prayers in Tehran.
Other nations such as Turkey, Iraq, and Jordan introduced vacation curfews.
Over 2,000 Muslims gathered in a stadium Beyond Paris spaced out to Eid prayers, based on France Info. Religious services were allowed in France following a court verdict.
Saudi Arabia that has two sacred cities – Mecca and Medina – is beneath a complete lockdown arrangement with residents unable to leave the home except to purchase essentials.
Here’s a glance at how Muslims are observing Eid-al-Fitr throughout a pandemic: