RIYADH (REUTERS) – Saudi Arabia plans to ease curfew hours it imposed on several cities during the month of Ramadan to allow people more time to shop for essential needs within the boundaries of their neighbourhoods, state news agency SPA reported on Tuesday (April 21).

Currently, people living in areas under 24-hour curfew can go out for healthcare purposes and to supermarkets from 6am to 3pm.

During Ramadan, these hours will start from 9am until 5pm, SPA said.

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