Hajj 2020 pilgrims in Saudi Arabia undergo 7 days quarantine


Jeddah – The pilgrims from over 160 nationalities residing in the Kingdom who will be performing Hajj this year, have started a seven day quarantine on Sunday as a part of safety measures for Hajj 2020.

According to the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, the measure is part of a series of safeguards taken to ensure the safety of pilgrims during the annual pilgrimage.

Hajj 2020 will witness a drastic decline in pilgrims to ensure social distancing measures.

However, the pilgrims will have to undergo another session of quarantine period after they complete Hajj.

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