Vaccination to eradicate the global pandemic corona virus is underway around the world and is mandatory for every citizen in all major countries.
The arrival of Ramadan is coming, which is why the question was circulating in the minds of Muslims around the world whether the vaccine to prevent corona can be taken in the state of fasting or not.
According to international media, the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia and the head of the Ulema Committee عبدالعزیز Become Abdullah آل Sheikh Has said that vaccination against corona does not break the fast.
The Grand Mufti has said that the vaccine is injected into the muscles which does not break the fast and the vaccine is not a food or drink.
On the other hand, the Grand Mufti of the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai, Dr. Muhammad Ayada Al-Kabisi, says that scholars agree that injections into veins or meat do not break the fast.
According to sources, the process of vaccination in the UK is also in full swing at the moment and even before Ramadan, the Islamic Medical Association has issued an important statement.
The opinion of scholars in this regard will be final, but the British Islamic Medical Association says that the corona vaccine can be taken in the state of fasting.
The British Islamic Medical Association says fasting is no different from the corona vaccine currently offered in the UK, so citizens should not worry about the corona vaccine because of Ramadan.
The Islamic Medical Association added that the coronavirus vaccine was given by intramuscular injection, which is currently the only method of vaccination, so vaccination does not affect fasting.