Doctors recommend that citizens of Turkmenistan celebrate Kurban Bayram at home
The Ministry of Healthcare of Turkmenistan recommended that the citizens of our country celebrate the upcoming Kurban Bayram holiday at home, with their families. This recommendation is contained in an announcement sent via SMS this morning to mobile users and published in the Turkmen media.
“These days, due to the increased content of harmful dust particles in the air, we recommend using protective medical masks, maintaining a safe distance of 2 meters, and also, limiting mass events during the Kurban Bayram celebration, celebrate it at home. Remember, the celebration of Kurban Bayram with your family is an important factor in protecting your health! Family health is the key to our happy life! ”, Says the announcement of the Ministry of Healthcare.
Kurban Bayram (Eid al-Adha) is a public holiday in Turkmenistan and this year is celebrated from July 31 to August 2.
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