BBC News tries out tech that helps make worship Covid-secure

Sanitisation tunnel at places of worship

A Bradford mosque is trying out new equipment designed to prevent the spread of coronavirus, writes Professor John Wright, for BBC News. Spiritual health is vitally important and the mosque has installed the airport-style security booths to spray a sanitisation mist. 

Zulfi Karim, president of the city’s Council for Mosques and COVID-19 survivor says: “In the lockdown people were praying at home, but there are certain prayers that are only valid if they’re in congregation, like Friday prayer.” 

Those whose temperature is normal, walk through a sanitisation tunnel, and from there to the prayer room, where there are markings on the floor at one metre distances. 

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