Religious authorities called on congregants to be grateful of their good health by looking after their bodies through leading a health and active lifestyle, undergoing regular health check-up and getting enough rest.
Imams in the Friday sermon also urged Ummah to move away from unhealthy habits by using their free time exercising and watching their diet.
Muslims are also called on to praise Allah the Almighty and utilise the blessings to increase acts of worship.
Imams said, “When we are tested with sickness, our religion forbids its followers to give up; instead it teaches us ways to face the ailments.
“It is recommended to seek treatment, to repent from all sins and to be mindful of one’s mortality.
“It is reprehensible to com-plain of the pain we are facing, and to recite and put into practice verses of Al-Quran, Selawat, Zikir and certain supplications in an effort to maintain good health,” Imams added.