The government of Saudi Arabia has announced that the Umrah pilgrimage, which has been postponed for six months, will be continued in stages from October 4, Report informs, referring to the official news agency of Saudi Arabia.
From October 4, 30% of the capacity of the Grand Mosque (6,000 people per day) will be opened for Umrah pilgrimages in the country. From October 18, the Masjid al-Haram and the Holy Raudah in the Prophet’s Mosque will receive visitors from within the state with 75% capacity.
From November 1, the country will accept domestic and foreign guests for Umrah and worship. At this stage, Masjid al-Haram and Al-Masjid an-Nabawi will be fully open to them.