The change is difficult for 350,000 devout Muslims in the Bay Area such as Sameena Usman. She and her two children posted pictures of decorations they displayed in their home for this holiday. But there will be no visitors to share meals and fellowship, and no community prayers at the Mosques.

“It’s disappointing for a lot of community members who are used to attending those congregational prayers. Or taking part in the joint dinners,” said Usman, a spokeswoman for the Council on American and Islamic Relations in the San Francisco Bay Area. “We are going to be doing zoom dinner parties. So bringing out food right in front of the computer and we’ll be having our dinner parties that way.”

See full article via KTVU