Canadian PM Trudeau congratulates Muslims over Ramzan

OTTAWA: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has congratulated Muslims on the arrival of the holy month of Ramzan.
He took to Twitter and wrote, “Wishing a blessed Ramzan to Muslims observing the month at home this year. By coming together virtually, we’ll be able to stay connected and still honour the values at the heart of Islam compassion, peace, and service to others. Ramzan Mubarak!”

According to Justin Trudeau, Canadian Muslims have made the country a better and stronger place. The Canadian Prime Minister said that this Ramzan is different from last year.
Trudeau said that in view of the coronavirus, Muslims should stay at homes and worship there. He said, “Muslims should use online means to meet friends and also called on them to pray for the end of coronavirus.”
It should be noted that the number of people infected with coronavirus in Canada has surpassed 40,000. The total number of confirmed deaths in the country stands at 2,141, according to data released by provincial health authorities.
However, a total of 13,999 people have recovered from COVID-19 in Canada. Meanwhile, its government announced further measures aimed at mobilizing scientists and researchers to develop testing, treatments, and, ultimately, a vaccine.
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