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RIYADH: The Saudi Minister of Hajj and Umrah, Muhammad Saleh bin Taher, announced today, Tuesday, that Umrah will be performed in Makkah Al-Mukarramah, entry to the Grand Mosque, and a “gradual” visit to the honorable kindergarten in Medina, starting from September 27.
The minister said, in a statement published by the Saudi News Agency (SPA), that the authorities allowed “to perform Umrah, enter the Grand Mosque and visit the honorable kindergarten gradually, while following the highest health standards and the strictest precautionary measures.”
The minister pointed out that this decision “came out of the leadership’s interest in serving the guests of Rahman, and its keenness to facilitate the arrival of Muslims from all over the world to perform Umrah and visit rituals in a healthy and safe manner in a manner that preserves human health.”
The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah clarified that organizing the entry of pilgrims, worshipers and visitors will be through the application of “Umrah,” which was developed in cooperation with the Saudi Authority for Data and Artificial Intelligence (SADAYA) to enable those wishing to visit Makkah and Madinah to perform Umrah, visit and prayers in the Two Holy Mosques, to regulate the times of their rituals. And advance planning of the trip and reservation of optional services with ease and ease and to ensure the application of controls and precautionary measures.