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Umrah And Visiting Permits To Two Holy Mosques To Be Given To Those Who Received Vaccine

Umrah And Visiting Permits To Two Holy Mosques To Be Given To Those Who Received Vaccine
People who have been vaccinated for the coronavirus only will be permitted for Umrah and visits to the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque during the month of Ramadan. 


It was clarified by an official source on Monday that the permits will be issued effective from 1st Ramadan for immunized persons as shown in the Tawakkalna application, and for those who after getting the first dose of the vaccine have spent 14 days in isolation, or those who have recovered from coronavirus.

The procedure for getting permits for Umrah as well as for prayers and visits to the Two Holy Mosques must be done through the Eatmarna and Tawakkalna applications by reserving the available time slot and that is in line with the possible operational capacity in compliance with the precautionary measures. The applicant's permits and validity will be verified through the Tawakkalna application directly.

It has been decided by the ministry to raise the operational capacity of the Grand Mosque in Makkah during Ramadan. The is done due to the health and safety of those who visit the Two Holy Mosques and those who are serving them during ramadan with adhering to all precautionary measures and preventive protocols to stem the spread of coronavirus.

The source urged all the people who want to visit or do Umrah to get permits issued only through the approved Eatmarna and Tawakkalna applications and warned against relying on fake websites and campaigns.

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