The head of the affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, Sheikh Abdul Rahman bin Abdulaziz Al-Sudais, announced the issuance of a royal order by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to allow the opening of the path for non-Umrah pilgrims starting from, at dawn today, Saturday, according to the plan drawn up for that.
He stressed the need to adhere to the precautionary procedures and cooperation with all the workers in the Sacred Mosque to serve its visitors, pointing to the keenness of the rational leadership to provide comfort, tranquility, security and safety for citizens and residents, according to the Saudi Press Agency, “SPA”.
Earlier Friday, Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais said: “The measures taken by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia regarding sterilization of the Two Holy Mosques to prevent the spread of infection are blessed, because the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his crown prince seek to achieve the interests of Muslims, pilgrims and visitors in the first place.”
Al-Sudais said that “it was forbidden to go to the Tawaf Square to allow the opportunity to purify and take all measures to prevent food, drink, Zamzam and carpets”, explaining that “the interest requires this matter, and the same will happen in the Holy Prophet’s Mosque.”
Al-Sudais called on everyone to adhere to the precautions and precautions and achieve it.
The Saudi authorities had taken new measures, described as exceptional, to prevent the spread of the new Corona virus, which included the closure of the courtyard around the Kaaba, the water of Zamzam, and the honorable kindergarten in the Prophet’s Mosque.