Coronavirus Support and Advice

​“I have told Amir Sahib [UK], Sadr Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya [UK] and Humanity First that during these days, whatever is possible for the welfare and help of people should be done.”
(His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad)

Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, delivered a special message from his office in place of the weekly Friday Sermon on March 27, 2020 due to Government restrictions amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Helpline Service operated by Humanity First UK

As part of the UK Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s response to the national emergency, Humanity First (UK) has set up a telephone helpline to provide the public and members of the Jama’at, support during this Coronavirus Pandemic. The service includes:

  • Reassurance and comfort.
  • Latest government guidance.
  • Referral to support services provided by the Jama’at and its auxiliaries.
  • UK support networks and others etc.

Please call 0333 880 6619 for advice and support. Lines are open from 8am to 8pm.

General Advice for Members

Updated 23rd July 2022 by the General Secretary Office

As you are aware the UK has relaxed its Covid rules. However Covid remains prevalent with a large number of daily cases.

We have therefore reviewed our guidance to enable more people to benefit from attending our mosques while keeping precautions in place.

We will now allow any member, including women and children, to attend the mosques and any events or functions held there. 

We will, however, maintain all our Covid prevention protocols including the following: 

  • Members attending the mosques must wear the face masks.
  • Where possible temperature checks are to be taken at entrances by the administration, organisers or local Jama’at during prayer times or other events.
  • Members are encouraged to be fully vaccinated as per NHS and government guidance.
  • Members should avoid handshakes and embracing each other. 
  • If any member has tested positive for Covid they should not attend any Jama’at gathering. 
  • If anyone is part of a household where someone has tested positive, it is better to avoid attending Jama’at meetings.
  • Please follow the links below for up to date information regarding Covid:

May Allah grant us His Grace and keep all Jama’at members under His special protection and security. Ameen.

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