What will happen:
IUS London programmes?
Given the ever-changing situation with regards to COVID-19 in the UK, IUS London has made the decision to suspend our regular programmes. This unfortunately means that we are provisionally cancelling our annual Ramadhan Iftar series, which usually takes place at Abrar House every Wednesday evening during the holy month of Ramadhan.
If the situation improves, we will reconsider going ahead with the series and will publish advertising material closer to the time. But if we do not do so, please consider the series as cancelled.
IUS Manchester programmes?
Due to the unpredictably of the COVID-19 outbreak, IUS Manchester has decided to cancel this year’s Ramadhan Majalis and suspend all upcoming programmes until further notice. We appreciate the unfortunate nature of this news, which is why we are working very hard to confirm new and exclusive online material that will be made available through the IUS website. Further information will be disclosed closer the time inshAllah.
We thank you for your patience and understanding, and pray for the safety of yourselves and your families in these difficult times.
IUS IHBDC sessions?
IHBDC is encouraging all of our donors who are fit and well to continue donating blood, and do so independently. It is vital for NHS to continue to collect blood that for life-saving operations.
Coming to give blood is considered essential travel, so exempt from any restrictions on travel or gatherings outlined by the government.
Although some of our hosted sessions at Islamic Centres / mosques are temporarily on hold, your local Blood Donor Centres remain open. NHS Blood staff are putting extra safety measures in place for you to donate.
Keep up to date on the latest on coronavirus across England here.