Dubai: The Dubai Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management announced a number of guidelines to be followed during Ramadan.
The authority said that the community’s commitment to preventive measures is critical in creating a safe environment, and in understanding that “Everyone is responsible” as emphasized by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai.
Guidelines that must be followed during Ramadan
- Hosting or attending large gatherings is strictly prohibited during Ramadan.
- Elderly people and those with chronic diseases are advised to avoid family visits and social gatherings.
- Iftar and Suhoor should be shared only by relatives living in the same house.
- Ramadan tents, as well as Iftar and donation tents, are not permitted.
- Setting up tents at home, and gatherings in Ramadan Majilises is also prohibited.
- Distribution of food and other donations should only be through approved charity organizations in Dubai.
- Taraweeh prayers can be performed in mosques, provided worshippers continue to observe precautionary measures like wearing face masks and physical distancing.
- The maximum duration of prayers in mosques (Taraweeh and Isha) is 30 minutes.
- People are advised to reduce food wastage and rationalize food consumption during Ramadan.
- Inspections will be carried out to ensure full compliance with precautionary measures as restaurants and charity organizations violating guidelines will face stiff penalties.
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