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WILTSHIRE Council has offered reassurance to the Muslim community that having a Covid-19 vaccination or test during Ramadan does not invalidate fasting.
The council say, “If you’re a practicing Muslim and have a vaccination appointment during Ramadan (Monday 12 April – Wednesday 12 May), the current advice from the British Islamic Medical Association is that having the vaccine does not invalidate fasting, and all practising Muslims invited to be vaccinated in the coming weeks should do so.
“The British Islamic Medical Association have also confirmed the view of the majority of Islamic scholars is that taking polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or lateral flow device (LFD) tests during Ramadan does not invalidate the fast.”
For more information and advice around tests and vaccinations during Ramadan, visit the British Islamic Medical Association website: https://britishima. org/operation-vaccination/
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Share your views and help combat climate change
Wiltshire Council is letting its residents have a say on its upcoming Climate Strategy by running an engagement exercise over the next month. The exercise sets out how the council and Wiltshire as a whole, can tackle climate change over the next five years. It started on 1st September and will run until the 17th October, with the option to either attend in person or join one of the number of online sessions on the council website.
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