In the Corona situation, plans have been unveiled to conduct the Nawabi in the Holy Mosque of Makkah and the Mosque of Medina in the holy month of Ramadan. The plan was unveiled at a virtual press conference on Sunday. Shaikh Dr., the head of the governing council of the two holy mosques in Mecca and Medina participated. Abdur Rahman Al Sudais and Acting Minister of Information Majib bin Abdullah Al Kasabi.
It was informed at the press conference that five places including the eastern desert of the Holy Mosque of Makkah will be open for prayers. In addition, special needs will be included in the planned space. During the entire month of Ramadan, pilgrims will have the opportunity to perform Tawaf on the first floor. However, there will be no water cooler in Zamzam during Ramadan. However, two lakh bottles of Zamzam water will be given every day. And Masjidul Haram and Masjid Nawabi can only be taken with water and dates as iftar. However, it cannot be distributed.
Meals cannot be taken privately inside or outside the mosque. However, separate meals will be distributed for the fasting people as iftar. 10,000 employees will work in the service of the worshipers of the two holy mosques.
In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic, the Saudi Arabian government has announced a “protocol” for the holy Hajj in 2021. It has been said that only 18 to 60 year olds will be able to take part in Hajj this year due to Corona.
Therefore, those who are under 18 years of age and over 60 years of age will not be able to take part in Hajj this year.
According to the protocol, Hajj participants must complete the second dose of the corona vaccine at least one week before landing in Saudi Arabia.
In addition, a negative report of a coronavirus PCR test taken 72 hours before landing in Saudi Arabia must be kept with you.
At the same time, upon arrival in Saudi Arabia, Hajj pilgrims will have to remain in quarantine for 72 consecutive hours and will be re-tested for PCR. Quantine will end after the negative report arrives. In addition, there are some more conditions for Hajj pilgrims in the protocol.