Dubai Grand Mufti Sheikh Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has said that there is no room for Ramadan fasting due to Kovid vaccination. Reported by Ahmad bin Abdul Aziz Al Haddad. The Grand Mufti of the Dubai Department of Islamic Affairs said that the Kovid vaccine, like many other injections, is an injection into the muscles of the body and that taking it will not interfere with Ramadan fasting. Therefore, there is no barrier to getting the vaccine at the time of fasting. The fatwa states that fasting is broken by the ingress of water, food and medicine directly into the open air, such as the mouth and nose, or with the help of tubes.
The Mufti also said that there is no barrier to taking sap as part of the Kovid test during fasting, just like taking the vaccine. Testing for secretions or blood from the throat or nose does not break the fast. This is because nothing enters the body during the secretion test. Instead, it only takes out the sap inside. The Grand Mufti made it clear that the fast would be broken if something wooden entered and the Kovid test would not affect it.
Vomiting, which can occur in some people if they receive the Kovid vaccine, does not break the fast. Fasting is not a problem with spontaneous vomiting. The karmic ruling is that fasting affects one’s intentional vomiting. On the other hand, if you have to take any medicine due to fatigue or pain, the fast will be broken. The principle is that one should not fast while one is ill. Therefore, it is not a problem to think that you have taken the drug and have done something wrong. The Mufti also said that the lost fast should be restored another day after Ramadan. Ramadan is considered to be the beginning of Ramadan on April 13 or 14, depending on the crescent moon. Muslims fast from morning till evening.