Ramadan: Ajman cafes permitted to work till 1 am

Eudore R. Chand

AJMAN 16 March 2021: Cafes in the emirate of Ajman have been told they can operate until 1.00 am daily, while restaurants are allowed to not comply with the working hours in place across the emirate, effective Monday March 15.

This follows cancellation of all permits for Ramadan tents in the emirates of Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman.

The announcement was made by the emirate’s Crisis, Disaster and Emergency Management team, who have doubled down on the importance of complying with all relevant health protocols, including physical distancing, and tables to set 2 m apart with a maximum of 4 people at each. All working staff have to undergo a weekly PCR, except those vaccinated twice against the Covid-19.

The team called upon all restaurant and cafe owners to comply with all Covid-19 countermeasures, said Wam.

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