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Malls in Dubai to go back to normal working hours–10am-10pm–after Ramadan


Normal working hours for malls in Dubai will resume after Ramadan, which is from 10am to 10pm.

However, strict precautionary measures will still be followed by customers and mall staff to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.

Staff at the stores will retain the 30 percent limit. Meanwhile, wholesalers and retailers will now be allowed to offer promotions after Ramadan.

As the normal working hours resume after Ramadan, the Dubai Department of Economic Development said that children under 12, and those with medical conditions, and those above 60 will be restricted from entering malls.

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