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|Title:||Community Lifestyle and Religious Practices in Post Covid-19 Pandemi|
|Authors:||Sri Tuti Rahmawati|
|Abstract:||The Covid-19 shocked the world upon its existence at the end of 2019. The virus which primarily attacks the respiratory tract, which can lead to death, was first discovered in the city of Wuhan Hubei, province in China. The Covid-19 pandemic outbreak has drastically changed human lifestyle across the world. Most noticeable amongst them is in the economic and livelihood activities, where people are now discouraged or even prohibited to congregate, while social distancing and wearing protective protective masks, effectively reducing economic activities. In addition to the economic impact caused by the virus on human activities, the virus also has an impact on religious rituals, Muslims must follow health protocols and carry out worship in their respective homes. This is the starting point for changes in Muslim religious activities. In fiqh literature, this form of leniency in worship is called rukshah, which literally means leniency or leniency. This study is about how people's lifestyles and religious practices must adapt due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The findings of this study can be a contribution of Islamic sociology which seeks to take a portrait of the condition of society in adapting to life during a pandemic and an analysis of the pattern of life of Islamic society after the Covid-19 pandemic.|
|Appears in Collections:||Jurnal, Prosiding|
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