Abu Dhabi says Ramadan tent permits will not be issued this year
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Abu Dhabi says Ramadan tent permits will not be issued this year

Abu Dhabi says Ramadan tent permits will not be issued this year

The UAE has already issued several strict guidelines to be followed during Ramadan

Permits for Ramadan tents will not be issued in Abu Dhabi this year, the Department of Municipalities and Transport announced on Monday.

In a message on Twitter, the authority said the move was in line with the Covid-19 safety protocols put in place by the UAE’s National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA).

The UAE has already issued several guidelines to be followed during Ramadan, which is expected to begin next week.

Last month, the NCEMA said restaurants are prohibited from distributing iftar meals inside or in front of the restaurant. Their delivery of such meals must be limited to labour housing via direct coordination with the management of the complexes.

The NCEMA also said that it will not be allowed to create family or institutional iftar tents, share meals in public places or provide and distribute iftar meals in front of homes and mosques.

It urged families in the country to avoid evening gatherings between different households during Ramadan and stressed that only members of the same family living in the same house could share meals.

The authority warned that intensive inspection campaigns will be carried out during Ramadan, and legal measures will be taken against all violators, whether individuals or institutions.

Read: New Covid-19 rules announced for Ramadan 2021 in UAE

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