The blessed month of Ramadan has a special flavor for Iraqis, and it has great holiness in them. Homes and stores are adorned with decorations, and families tend to shop in the usual places. Iraqis are also keen to revive their heritage customs in this holy month, despite the restrictions imposed by the Corona pandemic and its economic and health repercussions.
Mosques in Iraq this year have resumed receiving worshipers during the month of Ramadan, and authorities have allowed daily homework, Friday sermon and Tarawih prayers, after closing their doors last year, due to the Corona virus outbreak.
Iraqi markets are also teeming with those who want to buy supplies for Ramadan tables despite continued Corona virus prevention measures, and the month of Ramadan will come this year in light of rising prices in the Iraqi market, Consequently. the devaluation of the local currency against the dollar.