1. NCEMA announced that strict Kovid security precautions will be implemented in churches. The maximum length of the prayer is limited to 30 minutes. Churches will be closed immediately after prayers. 2. Prayer halls for women will be closed. There will be no preaching and discussion in churches for the time being. Will be conducted online instead. During the last 10 days of Ramadan, the authorities will inform the public about special prayers after midnight. This will be after assessing the status of Kovid in the country. 3. Holy Ramadan will begin in a month. Churches were closed for the first time last March as part of a crackdown on the spread of Kovid disease. It was reopened for five daily prayers in July but Friday prayers were suspended. Friday prayers resumed on December 4th. 4. Iftar tents are not allowed in the country. Lunch sharing is also prohibited. The NCEMA suggested that evening gatherings during Ramadan should be avoided by all and family gatherings should be limited for a healthier and safer community. 5. Distribution and sharing of food in homes and families is prohibited. Family members living in the same house can share food with each other. 6. Family-Institutional Iftar Tents will not be allowed. Do not share food in public places or distribute Iftar food in front of houses and mosques. 7. Those who are interested in such matters can do so in collaboration with charities. 8. Distribution of Iftar dinners inside and outside restaurants is prohibited. 9. Iftar dinners are not allowed inside mosques. 10. Checks will be made to assess compliance with safety measures. Violators will be prosecuted. 11. Elderly and critically ill people should avoid such gatherings to ensure safety.