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Worshippers allowed to attend Fajr, Maghrib prayers in mosques during Ramadan

Delivery service hours extended until 3am during Ramadan

By JT - Apr 11,2021 - Last updated at Apr 12,2021

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AMMAN — Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Bisher Khasawneh on Sunday issued Circular No.  29 of 2021, based on the provisions of Defence Order No. 19 of 2020, allowing public movement on foot for 30 minutes to perform Fajr (dawn) and Maghrib (sunset) prayers in mosques during the holy month of Ramdan, provided that worshippers abide by the health protocol.

The circular also extended time of delivery services for restaurants, pastry shops and pharmacies by three hours until 3am, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

It also allowed restaurants affiliated to hotel facilities to serve food during the holy month until 8:30pm, only for hotel guests. All hotels’ restaurants are required to abide by defence orders, circulars and decisions related to physical distancing, the number of people allowed at a table and a ban on serving argileh.

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