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Saudia Arabia Announce new precautions for the hajj pilgrimage
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Saudia Arabia Announce new precautions for the hajj pilgrimage 

Saudia Arabia announced new guidelines for the 2020 hajj pilgrimage this year. The Saudi authorities have set some compulsory directions and health protocols that pilgrims need to follow while performing the rituals of this 2020 year Haj season.

The Kingdom’s National Centre for Disease Prevention and Control unveiled health a slew of protocols for the Haj season, as well as several general instructions for health workers during the Haj period. However, Saudia Arabia announced last month in June to limit the number of domestic pilgrims attending the Hajj to around 1,000 to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak. And barring all Muslims across the globe for the first time in modern times.

All the pilgrimage adhere strictly SOPs. Touching the Holy Kaaba, the holiest site in Islam will be banned during the Hajj this year, and a social distancing space between peoples. The general instructions include the ban on entering the holy place Mina, Arafat, and Muzdalifah without permission, starting from July 19, until August 2.

Saudia Arabia announced guidelines for hajj and its mandatory to follow these guidelines. The pilgrims should not be sharing their personal tools such as protective equipment, communication devices, clothing, shaving, foods, and other products. In addition determining the number of people allowed to use elevators to ensure that the recommended social distancing is maintained, and distributing hand sanitizers.

Moreover, In between congregational prayers, pilgrims must wear face masks, keep one-meter distance, and adhere to all protocols for mosques.

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