HomeHajjCurrent measures for visiting the two Holy Mosques

Current measures for visiting the two Holy Mosques

Author

Date

Category

POST VIEWS

By Mohammad Jibran Khan

As of 3rd February 2022, the following rules and regulations are being mandated in the Two Holy Mosques:

 

- Advertisement -

1. Mandatory Requirement to be ‘Immune’ to be able to enter the Two Holy Mosques and obtain permits
Immune Status on the Health Application Tawakalana is a mandatory requirement to enter Masjid Al Nabawi and be able to obtain permits for Umrah, Prayers in Masjid Al Haram and Rawdah Al Shareefah and Ziyarah.

2. People of Ages 12 and above are allowed to visit the Two Holy Mosques

Immune People from ages 12 and above are allowed to visit the Two Holy Mosques from Saudi Arabia and around the world. Children under the ages of 12 whether immune or not are at this time not allowed to enter the Two Holy Mosques or its courtyards.

- Advertisement -

3. One Umrah every 10 days

Due to the reapplication of precautionary measures by the Ministry of Interior, to limit crowds there is a restriction to perform one Umrah every 10 days

4. Mandatory Requirement to wear a Mask and Physically Distance

- Advertisement -

Due to the reapplication of precautionary measures by the Ministry of Interior, it is a mandatory requirement to wear a mask at all times in the Two Holy Mosques, physically distance during prayers and to one’s ability to socially distance at all times.

Read Also: The Sunnah of combating stress, worries and grief

5. Adherence to Time allotted in Permits

It is a requirement to arrive and leave the Two Holy Mosques as per the time allotted in the permits issued, the Two Holy Mosques close one hour after Isha prayers and reopen one hour before Fajr Prayers for visitors

6. Mataaf is restricted to Umrah Pilgrims only

At this time entry to Mataaf is only allowed for Pilgrims carrying a valid Umrah Permit and for the purpose of Tawaaf only.

7. Restriction to touch the Ka’bah, Black Stone and Prayers in Hateem

At this time, there is a restriction in place to touch the Ka’bah, Black Stone and Prayers in the Hateem as a precautionary measure against the spread of COVID-19.

 

- Advertisement -

We Want Your Kind Support

Reporting the cradle of Islam requires a lot of money. We will not be deterred in our task by bringing to you instant happenings around the world, particularly as it concerns Islam. Keeping all our readers informed and educated is our goal.

Click Here to Join Our WhatsApp Group

For continued free access to in-depth news and detailed information, kindly consider making a modest donation to this noble cause.
Help to sustain reportage of Islam all around the globe and ensure everyone gets free access to it at all times.

DONATE NOW       

spot_img

Kaaba News E-Magazine

spot_img

RECENT POST

NAHCON management meets with States Pilgrims Boards, AHUON *See photos

0
The Chairman, CEO, National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, NAHCON, Alhaji Jalal Ahmad Arabi and his Commissioners Friday met with the leadership of States Pilgrims...

Vice President Shettima inaugurates 5th NAHCON Board

Masjid Nabawiyy to give visitors lasting experience

spot_img

POPULAR POST