Normally the month of Ramadan, which starts this week, would see Muslims meet up with friends and families to eat and drink together. But, with coronavirus restrictions still in place, it means that for a second year Muslims are facing a very different holy month. Despite rules easing, people remain unable to meet indoors to break their fast together. One of those who is unable to mark the occasion in the usual way is Ansa Memon, who is living miles away from her mother in Cardiff. “The month is about community and people coming together so it is going to be difficult, but as Muslims we need to understand that we are still doing a good thing and we need to keep that in our heads,” she said. Here is a reminder of the coronavirus rules on places of worship.

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