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    Ramadan Fasting 2022: UAE Ministry of Health issues Covid warning related to Ramadan

    Ramadan Fasting 2022: UAE Ministry of Health issues Covid warning related to Ramadan

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    Abu Dhabi: The UAE Ministry of Health has issued a Covid warning regarding Ramadan. The UAE Ministry of Health has stated that there should be no public outcry against Covid. A spokesman for the Department of Health said that safety standards should not be compromised when Ramadan fasting and worship are conducted without interruption. Fareeda al-Husani said. Daily covid cases have been significantly reduced. The ability to offer prayers in mosques during Ramadan is a sign that the country is returning to normal.

    But covid still exists. Wearing a mask and keeping distance is mandatory in closed rooms. People should stay away from busy places. Health safety must continue to be adhered to to prevent the spread of covid. The Ministry of Health has asked people not to be careless in disinfecting their hands from time to time and to make it a habit for the good of society.

    Women who go to the mosque for Taraweeh prayers should avoid bringing children with them. Those who are fasting should be checked for respiratory symptoms to ensure that they are not infected with Covid. Make sure the test result is negative (pcr test). Until then, avoid visiting family and friends and going to church for prayers. Just because they have been vaccinated does not mean that Kovid will not come. Those who go out must be careful. The Ministry of Health also recommended that health care standards be adhered to.

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    Dubai Shopping Market, Ramadan 2022; Schedules of markets in Dubai.

    Dubai Shopping Market, Ramadan 2022; Schedules of markets in Dubai.

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    Dubai Municipality has announced the opening hours of Dubai’s traditional markets during Ramadan. The municipality has also announced the working hours of livestock markets and bird markets.

    The Almarmoom Kamal Market in Dubai is open daily from 7am to 10pm. The Falcon Heritage and Sports Center and Furniture Market are open from 4pm to 10pm on Fridays and from 10am to 10pm on other days. Hatha Market is open daily from 7 am to 11 pm. Naif Souk is open daily from 9am to 10pm.

    Al Fahidi Souk, Hamriya Central Market, Al Rashidia Central Market and Traditional Market are open daily from 9am to 11pm.dubai shopping market

    The Building Materials Market is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm and from 8 pm to midnight (excluding Fridays). Al Ayas Market is open daily from 8 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 11 pm. Al Thai Livestock Yard is open daily from 6 am to 6 pm. The Birds and Pete’s Market is open daily from 10 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 11 pm. Al Qisais Kettle Market is open daily from 6 am to 11 pm.

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    Ramadan Gift: Union Coop offers the opportunity to give Ramadan gifts at affordable prices

    Ramadan Gift: Union Coop offers the opportunity to give Ramadan gifts at affordable prices

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    Dubai: Union Coop offers a Ramadan gift at an affordable price. Union Coop, the UAE’s largest consumer cooperative, has launched a new scheme that allows consumers to prepare food baskets during the month of Ramadan at affordable prices. It is available at all Union Coop branches and centers in Dubai. There are those who intend to buy and distribute Ramadan baskets. There are those who want to give food to the family as a Ramadan gift. Cooperative is launching a new initiative as part of its mission to provide products at affordable prices to meet the needs of such customers.

    It is available at all Union Coop branches and centers in Dubai. There are those who intend to buy and distribute Ramadan baskets. There are those who want to give food to the family as a Ramadan gift. Cooperative is launching a new initiative as part of its mission to provide products at affordable prices to meet the needs of such customers.

    Union Cope’s Director of Happiness and Marketing, Dr. Mohd. Suhail Al Bastaki said. He said the new scheme was aimed at giving customers from all walks of life the opportunity to meet their needs at affordable prices. He also said that this would alleviate the hardships of the people during the holy month.
    Every year during Ramadan, the cooperative offers extra offers and excellent offers of up to 75% discount on various food products and essentials. Saal Bastaki added. He pointed out that Union Cope offers special discounted offers throughout the year.

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