Restaurants in Dubai Are Now Open During Ramadan, Without the Use of Screens

The Department of Economic Development in Dubai issued a circular announcing that restaurants in the Emirate no longer have to utilize screens to shield patrons who are eating during fasting hours. The decision will go into effect starting tomorrow, the first of Ramadan.

Additionally, restaurants in Dubai don’t need a special permit to serve food during fasting hours as was previously needed. This means citizens, residents and tourists who aren’t observing the holy month can now freely enjoy all the spots around the Emirate during the daytime.

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