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Baku / 06.23.20 / Turan: The Saudi authorities decided to limit the pilgrimage of the Hajj to Mecca and Medina this year due to the coronavirus epidemic.

This year, participation in the Hajj will be allowed only to a limited number of pilgrims who are already in Saudi Arabia. This is stated on the account of the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah of Saudi Arabia on Twitter.

“This year, the Hajj will take place with the participation of a limited number of pilgrims of various nationalities who are in the territory of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with precautions to ensure the safety of pilgrims,” the Ministry said.

Recall that the Hajj will take place between July 20 and August 15.

Earlier, mosques in Mecca and Medina were forbidden to conduct prayers because of the coronavirus. In April, the Saudi Arabian Supreme Religious Authority called on Muslims around the world to pray at home during the month of Ramadan.

Believers were advised to avoid mass gatherings, as they are the main platform for the distribution of COVID-19. -02D-


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