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The coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately affected religious activities.

Congregational prayers are limited to 100 worshipers, time shortened to an hour.

But in line with the government directives to beat the virus, religious leaders are inventing unique ways to worship, while reducing the risk of exposure to the lethal virus.

In this radio interview, Ali Atham Said discusses the topic — and why it is so critical to practice religious tolerance, as advocated by Religious Minorities Project: Overcoming divides, respecting rights.

RMP seeks to overcome the human rights violations suffered by religious minorities and African Traditional Religions communities.