How do we keep faith under a lockdown? | Start Here

The coronavirus lockdown has isolated us from loved ones. Start Here looks into how millions of people are coping.

| Religion, Health, Coronavirus pandemic, Human Rights, Europe

Much like our daily routines, religious and cultural rituals have been derailed by the coronavirus pandemic.

A global ban on gatherings has meant that holidays like Passover, Easter and Vaisakhi are being celebrated in isolation. The same is happening for Muslims observing Ramadan and Eid.

Even those who are not religious are having to adapt for birthdays, weddings, even the way we mourn the dead.

Start Here explains how centuries of religious and cultural practices have changed.

Source: Al Jazeera

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