Socially-distanced Eid Al Adha in UAE: All you need to know

Dubai - The UAE has issued a series of safety protocols that will need to be followed by residents during the celebrations. Here's all you need to know.



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Karen Ann Monsy

Published: Fri 31 Jul 2020, 11:58 AM

 

However, with the Covid-19 pandemic, worshippers are being advised to observe a socially distanced Eid Al Adha by avoiding gatherings and, instead, use technology to meet up virtually.
However, with the Covid-19 pandemic, worshippers are being advised to observe a socially distanced Eid Al Adha by avoiding gatherings and, instead, use technology to meet up virtually.
This year, in the UAE, the Eid Al Adha break is from Thursday, July 30, to Sunday, August 2.
This year, in the UAE, the Eid Al Adha break is from Thursday, July 30, to Sunday, August 2.
The UAE has issued a series of health and safety protocols that will need to be followed by residents during the celebrations in order to ensure the continued protection of all members of society. Here’s all you need to know:
The UAE has issued a series of health and safety protocols that will need to be followed by residents during the celebrations in order to ensure the continued protection of all members of society. Here’s all you need to know:
No, Muslims have been asked to offer the Eid prayers at home. The Takbeer (religious chant) that precedes the prayer will be broadcast from mosque speakers.
No, Muslims have been asked to offer the Eid prayers at home. The Takbeer (religious chant) that precedes the prayer will be broadcast from mosque speakers.
>> Donations and sacrifices should be made only to official charitable causes in the country and through relevant smart applications.<p></p> <p></p><p></p>>>Sacrifices should be made only through slaughterhouses outlined by the local authorities that provide remote services and follow all safety protocols and precautionary measures.<p></p> <p></p><p></p>>> It is forbidden to deal with unofficial workers for the purpose of livestock and slaughter.<p></p> <p></p><p></p>
>> Donations and sacrifices should be made only to official charitable causes in the country and through relevant smart applications.<p></p> <p></p><p></p>>>Sacrifices should be made only through slaughterhouses outlined by the local authorities that provide remote services and follow all safety protocols and precautionary measures.<p></p> <p></p><p></p>>> It is forbidden to deal with unofficial workers for the purpose of livestock and slaughter.<p></p> <p></p><p></p>
&gt;&gt; Residents are advised to avoid family gatherings and encouraged to offer greetings using the phone or social media.&lt;p&gt;&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;&lt;/p&gt;&gt;&gt; It is also recommended to avoid visiting pregnant women, children and people with chronic diseases. Such vulnerable members of society should also stay home and avoid going to public places for their own safety.
>> Residents are advised to avoid family gatherings and encouraged to offer greetings using the phone or social media.<p></p><p></p><p></p>>> It is also recommended to avoid visiting pregnant women, children and people with chronic diseases. Such vulnerable members of society should also stay home and avoid going to public places for their own safety.
Residents have been asked to refrain from distributing Eid gifts and money to children and individuals, and use electronic means instead.
Residents have been asked to refrain from distributing Eid gifts and money to children and individuals, and use electronic means instead.
Domestic workers are prohibited from meeting anyone outside their homes. They must be provided with protective equipment if they need to interact with people from outside, such as when receiving goods or parcels.
Domestic workers are prohibited from meeting anyone outside their homes. They must be provided with protective equipment if they need to interact with people from outside, such as when receiving goods or parcels.

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