The prayer hall was disinfected. Worshipers had their temperature checked before entering the mosque and were asked to bring personal prayer mats and wear masks.
Entry and exit areas were indicated by signs on the ground. Bathrooms remained closed as a preventive measure. Worshippers were required to carry out their pre-prayer wash at home instead.
The sermon preceding Friday prayers focused on the importance of mosques in the lives of worshipers and discussed reasons for their closure in recent months.
The Ministry of Islamic Affairs rolled out detailed precautions for worshipers, including limiting the duration of sermons to 15 minutes and closing mosques immediately after prayers.
Morocco has reported more than 170,000 virus infections since the outbreak of the pandemic and 2,878 related deaths, well above the confirmed virus figures in other countries in the region, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.