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UAE: No permit required for Dubai restaurants during Ramadan

During the holy month of Ramadan, no previous permission or authorization is required for eateries in Dubai to offer food during the fasting hours.

The Department of Economy and Tourism (DET) in Dubai published a circular stating this.

Restaurants and cafés in food courts can “operate business as usual,” meaning they don’t need to put up screens or curtains to sell food during the day.

During fasting hours, restaurant management can choose whether or not to screen off dining rooms.

Restaurants in Dubai were allowed for the first time last year to serve clients during Ramadan without the use of curtains, separators, or facades, which had previously been required. KMB/Expat Media

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