URGENT UPDATE: Suspension of Congregational Prayers at MAC Centres and Mosques (MARCH 16)


URGENT UPDATE: Suspension of Congregational Prayers at MAC Centres and Mosques

MISSISSAUGA, MARCH 16 2020 | 17:30


Based on the most recent announcements and several press conferences held today by public health officials, the Muslim Association of Canada has decided to suspend congregational prayers across all centres and mosques nationwide and will not hold the weekly Friday prayer service. The mosque doors will remain open only for individual essential services while strictly adhering to the public health guidelines and directives.

We encourage our community members to follow the guidelines of public health officials and the scholarly opinions to stay at home to decrease community transmission. Anyone planning to visit MAC mosques is strongly advised to use the pre-screening assessment tools available on public health websites. Below are the links to the recent announcements and assessment tools.



Toronto’s medical officer of health Dr. Eileen de Villa

“Every opportunity to avoid interactions with others helps to prevent the spread of this disease. Every interaction avoided helps to flatten the curve. So, if you can, stay home, help out our city by reducing your interaction with others. Every little bit counts.” continue reading.


Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Williams

In an afternoon news conference Monday they’re now recommending that there should be no gatherings over 50 and no recreational programs…continue reading.


Resources and Tools:

Ontario Self-Assessment 

Alberta COVID Self-Assessment

British Columbia COVID Self-Assessment

Self-Assessment Tool (Info-graph)


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