Is COVID vaccine allowed under Sharia Law? Tahir Ashrafi clarifies

Lahore, 22nd March, 6:15 PM: Religious scholars in Pakistan claim that the COVID-19 vaccine is allowed under Sharia Law.

Baaghi TV: According to reports, Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on Religious Harmony Hafiz Tahir Ashrafi said on Monday that the religious scholars have agreed over getting coronavirus vaccine.

Ashrafi said while talking to the media that getting a COVID-19 vaccine shot is allowed under the religious law and it is a responsibility according to Sharia teachings.

SAPM said, “There is nothing wrong with the COVID-19 vaccine as all renowned religious scholars have decreed that each and every person should get him or herself vaccinated against the coronavirus.”
Ashrafi also said that even a fasting person could get the vaccine shot.

PM’s Aide said that rumours are being spread about the closure of the mosques, which are not correct as even during the worst situation of coronavirus pandemic the mosques were not closed.

He clarified, “There is no proposal under consideration for the closure of the mosques in Ramazan. The mosques will not be closed.”

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