NCEMA Announces Restrictions For Ramadan 2021

The holy month of Ramadan is about to start, and for the same, The National Crisis & Emergency Management Authority (NCEMA) has introduced a set of rules and restrictions. The UAE government is trying to celebrate Ramadan as safely as possible because the pandemic is still going on. On 12th April the holy month will begin and with that, these rules will be put into action:

Lastly, the NCEMA, tweets, “We call on everyone to cooperate and adhere to measures and instructions, as intensive inspection campaigns will be carried out during Ramadan, and legal measures will be taken against all violators, whether individuals or institutions. The spirit of the blessed month of Ramadan can be enjoyed, as it is possible, despite social distancing, to remain in contact with family and friends using social media and digital platforms.”

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