No iftar, suhoor buffets in restaurants, hotels and no public iftar in mosques

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During Ramadan, no iftar or suhoor buffets will be permitted in restaurants or hotels. No public iftar will be allowed in mosques, the Saudi Gazette reported, citing official sources.

The decision was made on the basis of recommendations from the concerned authorities in this regard as part of precautionary measures and preventive protocols to curb the spread of coronavirus during the Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr holidays.

The Ramadan and Eid coronavirus prevention plan has been approved by six ministries: interior, health, municipal and rural affairs and housing, Islamic affairs, tourism and media.

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