Dushanbe, March 19, Interfax - The Committee for Religious Affairs with the Tajik government has lifted the ban introduced at the beginning of March on joint prayers in mosques, head of the committee's press service Afshin Mukim said to Interfax.
The ban was imposed due to the threat of the spread of the coronavirus.
"Today the committee told the public that after the completion of all preventive efforts at all of the country's religious associations joint prayers can resume starting with tomorrow," Mukim said on Thursday.
"With the purpose of preventing infectious diseases, including the coronavirus, we are urging everyone to strictly observe sanitation requirements during joint religious events," the committee representative said.
According to the Health Ministry, Tajikistan does not have a single case of infection with the coronavirus so far.