Hajj 2021 New Rules Announced

  • Publish date: Sunday، 13 June 2021 Last update: Monday، 14 June 2021
Hajj 2021 New Rules Announced
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Saudi Arabia announced new rules for those wishing to take place in Hajj 2021.

According to a tweet shared by Haramain, “The health status of those wishing to register for Haj 1442 must be from the following categories: a vaccinated person, a vaccinated person who has completed one dose and spent 14 days, or a vaccinated person recovering from infection.”

The kingdom will ensure the health and safety of pilgrims and allow them them to perform their rituals “easily and in a safe environment”, the Haj and Umrah ministry had said earlier.

In a statement, Khalifa Shaheen Al Marar, Minister of State in the UAE, said the UAE supports all measures taken by the Kingdom to curb the spread of coronavirus, and ensure the health and safety of the pilgrims and the community.

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