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Vaccination of Kovid-19 mandatory for Umrah in Ramadan, Saudi Arabia government created three categories

Only the devotees who have got the dose of Kovid-19 vaccine will be able to perform Umrah. The government of Saudi Arabia has announced to allow the Umrah to the devotees after vaccination. On Monday, the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah told that only those who got vaccinated Kovid-19 in the month of Ramadan would be able to pay Umrah.

People who have been dosed with Kovid-19 vaccine will be able to perform Umrah

The ministry said in a statement that the permission will be effective from a Rajman, although it is not clear when the period of permission from a Ramadan will end. The Ministry has considered three categories of people to be ‘immunized’, first, those who have had both doses of the vaccine, second, 14 days after the first dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine or those who beat the corona virus category. Are included.

The same condition applies for performing the holy pilgrimage site of Islam to Mecca-Medina. Earlier, the Ministry had announced that those who perform Umrah during Ramadan will not need to be vaccinated. Significantly, for the Haj 2021, the government has made it mandatory to take doses of Kovid-19 vaccine.

Saudi Arabia makes vaccine mandatory for devotees

The Saudi newspaper Okaz reports the circular signed by the Health Minister as “The Kovid-19 vaccination is mandatory for those wishing to visit the Hajj and it will be one of the many conditions for obtaining permission.” In 2020, the government had drastically reduced the number of Haj pilgrims due to Corona virus epidemic. This year’s Hajj will be held in the month of July.

Last year, Umra, which was postponed in March due to the Kovid-19 pandemic, resumed in October 2020. Let us tell you that 393,000 corona virus infection cases have been exposed in Saudi Arabia and 6,700 people have died due to Kovid-19. The government says that Kovid-19 vaccine doses have been administered to 5 million people in a country with a population of 34 million. Last month, the Haj Minister was removed from the post by the imperial government and Esam bin Saeed was brought in place of Mohammed Banten.

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