Fasting individuals are permitted to break their quick with just dates and water, and it is taboo to bring food or drink.
Today is the third day of fasting in Saudi Arabia. The Masjid al-Haram and the Masjid al-Nabawi don’t show the shades of the past because of the Corona plague. Prior to the Corona plague, many meters of Iftar dishes were spread out in the Haram-e-Mukki and Masjid-e-Nabawi, with many awesome dishes on them. A large number of individuals had the option to break their quick at these heavenly places simultaneously.
In any case, this is not, at this point conceivable. Nowadays, the fasting individuals are breaking their quick in the Masjid-ul-Haram with just dates and Zamzam. Because of the pestilence, the fasting individuals are being made to break their quick by sitting independently. This time the aggregate iftar has not been conceivable by any means. The fasting individuals are being furnished with dates exclusively as a team with the Makkah Representative Saqqa and Welfare Committee, yet they are not permitted to appropriate or bring nourishment for Sehri.
Separate Iftar courses of action have likewise been made for Umrah explorers and Haram Sharif workers. Iftar things are conveyed to the travelers and admirers at their places. Limitations on friendly distance and covers are likewise made conceivable during the appropriation of Iftar things. It ought to be noticed that during Ramadan, just the individuals who have taken the two dosages of Corona, or 14 days have passed since the principal portion, will be permitted to implore and visit the Holy Shrine during Ramadan.
Furthermore, the individuals who have recuperated from the Covid will be permitted to enter. The organization has made plans to appropriate 100,000 jugs of Zamzam water day by day to admirers and explorers during Ramadan. 450 floor coverings have been laid in the old structure of Masjid Nabavi. Circulation of Sehri among travelers and admirers during Ramadan will be precluded in any piece of Masjid Nabavi. There will be no Itikaf somewhat recently.