Thursday, February 2, 2023

For Ramadan, the Kaaba and the Prophet’s Mosque have big announcements

This Ramadan, for the first time since the Corona outbreak, the Kaaba and the Prophet’s Mosque will be open to the greatest number of worshippers possible, with special arrangements being made to accommodate this unprecedented number of attendees.

According to Saudi media, Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, the head of administrative affairs, presided over a conference discussing preparations for Ramadan, during which the action plan for providing the finest facilities to worshipers throughout Ramadan was reviewed.

To ensure the health and safety of pilgrims, Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais emphasised the importance of a complete prohibition on Corona SOPs, and stated that the sole requirement for spending the holy month of Ramadan in the holy mosques is to have received a full vaccination.

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