It has been six months since WHO declared COVID-19 a public health emergency of international concern and the pandemic continues to accelerate. It is more important than ever to wear masks, strictly follow social distancing measures and stay at home as far as possible.
Tomorrow is Eid Al-Adha, or Bakra Eid – the day of sacrifice, which is traditionally marked with a mass prayer and animal sacrifice.The Jakarta administration has called on Muslims living in Jakarta’s 33 red zones to avoid public mass prayers and gatherings, and stay at home instead.
Register for upcoming events:
Thursday, 6th Aug: Managing Mental Health and Wellness during the Pandemic with Dave Rogers
Wednesday, 19th Aug: Cooking Shooking with friends
Friday 21 Aug: DIY Workshop on Natural Lip Balm & Mosquito Repellent with Rita Srivastava
Other informative articles in this edition are:
EventReport: Ayurveda Practices to Boost Immunity with Dr Shilpa Dhoka
EventReport: What Should You Eat During Intermittent Fasting?
True meaning of RakshaBandhan by SrSri Ravishankar
Online Consultation with Dr Kirti Moorjani, Dentist
How to use face masks correctly.
10 recommended blood pressure monitors.
Happy Raksha Bandhan,