عنوان مقاله [English]
Background and Aim: The emergence and rapid spread of coronavirus disease and deal with the transfer of the provisions of health limitations, in particular to refrain from participation in society. On the other hand, the obligation to attend congregational prayers and collective rituals is a common occurrence among all Islamic religions. The question now is whether the widespread and rapid spread of coronary heart disease, given the different methods of transmission, can be a religious excuse for abandoning worship and collective rituals?
Materials and Methods: The present study, based on the description and analysis of the propositions of Islamic jurisprudence and the library method, has studied the present subject.
Conclusion: Infectious diseases have existed throughout human history and the need to maintain health and hygiene is one of the matters emphasized by the Shari'a. However, there is disagreement among experts about the acceptance of infectious diseases. From the religious point of view, there are general or special vacations whose focus is on relieving embarrassment and hardship. Accordingly, the proof of sharia leave is fixed for a person with coronary artery, but regarding the acceptance of the possibility of contracting the disease as leave, this disease can be accepted as a special leave and with jurisprudential rules such as: the need to relieve hardship or eliminate harm Also emphasizing the need to save lives as one of the necessities from the point of view of Sharia purposes, he accepted the existence of infectious diseases until the discovery of medicine as a special leave.