“Worshiper” in the news
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· 'Many of us are fearful': South Africa to reopen places of worship →
Social distancing would have to be observed and all worshippers and participants would have to wear face masks, he said.
The China Post
· Muslims celebrate major holiday amid curfews, virus fears →
Worshippers who tried to enter the compound scuffled with the police.
· Church of Nativity in Bethlehem reopens after coronavirus closure →
The Church of the Nativity was closed in early March ahead of the busy Easter holiday season that typically draws tens of thousands of visitors and worshippers.
· Norway's Manshaus case and freedom of speech →
On August 10, 2019, then-21-year-old neo-Nazi Philip Manshaus made his way to al-Noor mosque in the suburban municipality of Baerum near the Norwegian capital, Oslo, on the eve of Eid al-Adha, intending to commit a massacre of Muslim worshippers.
· Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity reopens: AFP →
The main door to the church remains closed to prevent overcrowding, but groups of worshippers can enter in coordination with the Christian denominations that control the site, a church official said.
· Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity reopens as Palestinians ease COVID-19 curbs →
BETHLEHEM: Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity, the traditional birthplace of Jesus, reopened to worshippers and tourists on Tuesday (May 26) as Palestinian authorities eased COVID-19 restrictions in the occupied West Bank.
The China Post
· California issues guidelines for church reopenings →
LOS ANGELES (AP) — California says churches can resume in-person services but the congregations will be limited to less than 100 and worshippers should wear masks, avoid sharing prayer books and skip the collection plate.
· Iran reopens major Shia shrines after two-month closure →
At Tehran's Shah Abdol-Azim shrine, worshippers had to wear a mask, walk through a disinfection tunnel and have their temperature checked as they began returning early morning on Monday, according to AFP reporters.
· Eid al-Fitr in Iraq: Some worshippers defying government lockdown →
Some mosques are allowing in small groups of worshippers.
· Iran reopens key shrines after two-month virus closure →
At Tehran's Shah Abdol-Azim shrine, worshippers had to wear a mask, walk through a disinfection tunnel and have their temperature checked as they began returning from the early morning, according to an AFP reporter.