The world marks a socially distanced holy month of Ramadan for the second year straight, as the Covid-19 pandemic continues. However, Ramadan can continue being a spiritual journey and a celebration of the holiest month of the year while adapting new traditions that will keep you and your family safe.
As a support of UAE’s effort to prevent the spread of Covid-19, Weqaya launched a campaign #SettingNewTraditions to reinforce the importance of personal safety, and our community’s. By embracing new traditions, while preserving our old ones.
In 2021, Ramadan can be celebrated with e-greetings, virtual Iftar and Suhoor with family and friends, taking preventative measures such as using Quran apps, boosting our immune system by adding vitamins to our menus, and protecting ourselves and others by providing hand sanitizers near food and sweets.
This Ramadan, several effective vaccines have been rolled out, with the UAE leading the race when it comes to administering them. Multiple vaccines are available for free across the UAE.