Breaking: Hajj 2021 Will Be Limited to Saudi Residents and Nationals

The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah has announced that pilgrimage to Hajj this year will be limited to Saudi citizens and nationals who have been vaccinated or recovered. The Minister of Health has also stated that in order for pilgrims to be permitted, they must not suffer from any long term or chronic diseases/health conditions.

Within the updated guidelines for Hajj this year, only 60,000 will be allowed to perform the pilgrimage, all of whom must be Saudi citizens and nationals. Not to mention, said pilgrims will have to be either vaccinated, vaccinated with one dose (and have passed the 14 day period), or recovered from COVID-19.

Stay safe, everyone!

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