COVID-19 Vaccination Is Essential For Hajj
2022 According To The Ministry
For individuals wishing to perform Hajj this year,
a complete vaccination with a COVID19 vaccine is still required,
according to the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah.
Saudi officials withdrew several COVID-19 preventative measures,
including the restriction on wearing face masks in enclosed settings,
less than 24 hours ago. All pilgrims wishing to do Hajj this year must have
gotten one of the approved COVID-19 vaccines, according to the government.
This year’s Hajj is projected to attract one million pilgrims,
according to the electronic registration platform.
People will no longer need to wear face masks indoors,
except in Makkah’s Grand Mosque and Madinah’s Prophet’s Mosque,
as well as hospitals, major public events, planes, and public transportation services,
as a result of the recent announcement related to the lifting of precautionary
and preventive measures associated with COVID-19.
For admittance into establishments, events, activities, airlines, and public transit,
the Tawakkalna app no longer demands proof of immunization.
Administrators of any activity event,
or supplier of public transportation who chooses to apply additional levels
of security may be exempted from the decision.
Many prerequisites were in place to do Hajj this year,
according to the Minister of Hajj and Umrah Tawfiq Al-Rabiah,
who said at a news conference on June 1 that “our first concern remains the
protection of pilgrims and their safe return to their countries.”
The government stressed that people who had never completed
the rituals before would be given precedence while registering for this year’s Hajj.
Those who are not fully inoculated will be denied Hajj passes,
according to the Tawakkalna application.
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