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What are the curfew times during Ramadan?

According to a statement issued by the Saudi Interior Ministry, curfew times have been increased in Ramadan.

Saudi news agency ‘SPA’ quoted interior ministry sources as saying that residents of areas of the state where there is no permanent lockdown to protect against the Corona virus could leave their homes from 9am to 5pm. However, they will not be allowed to travel to other areas in the meantime.

In areas where isolated, transport will remain closed

A statement issued by the Ministry of Interior said that cities and areas where Lockdown is not available for 24 hours should take special precautions during Ramadan, from 9am to 5pm to address their needs. Food items will be allowed to leave the house to meet.

The area or city where the curfew and lockdown are 24 hours, there will be curfew relaxation from 9am to 5pm, but people in those areas will get the necessity of life while staying within the boundaries of their area. When using a vehicle for locksmiths in the lockdown area, it is imperative that the driver has only one person with the driver.

The third point of the statement stated that “the restriction on the areas of the state which have been permanently sealed and the residents there is exempt.

Residents of Lockdown area will be able to do limited transportation.

“The curfew and lockdown in the state continue to protect the people from the Corona virus and prevent it from spreading,” it said, adding that it was everyone’s responsibility to take responsibility. Feel the restrictions that are in the best interest of all’

It is to be noted that 24-hour lockdown and curfew has been imposed in 9 cities of Saudi Arabia, while prohibiting residents from leaving their homes while completely isolating areas of Makkah, Medina, Jeddah and other cities.