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Ramadan 2020: Deoband issues fatwa on corona, COVID testing wont break fast

Conducting tests during fasting will not make any difference and won't break the fast

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In the month of Ramzan, the Darul Uloom Deoband has issued a fatwa in connection with the Corona test of the ones fasting. Deoband has said in the fatwa that there is no harm in giving a swab sample of nose and throat for the corona test.

Conducting tests during fasting will not make any difference and won’t break the fast.

The fatwa says that during the corona test, a stick fitted with cotton in the nose and mouth is inserted. Samples are taken from the nose and throat. No medicine or chemical is sprinkled on it. It is justified to give wet substances from the throat for corona virus tests during fasting. Doing so during fasting will not make any difference and it wont break the fast.

The Darul Uloom Deoband has already appealed Muslims to worship in their homes. Maulana Abul Qasim Nomani of Deobandh has also said that this time the month of Ramzan has come at a time when the whole world is fighting the coronavirus.

At this time, Muslims need to be more patient. He says that follow the lockdown during Ramzan and do not do anything that may disturb yourself or others. Pray in your homes while respecting the law.

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