Hajj 2021: The Well being Ministry of Saudi Arabia has mentioned that this 12 months solely those that have taken the dose of Kovid-19 vaccine can be allowed to carry out Haj. The Saudi newspaper Okaz has given this report citing a round signed by the Well being Minister. In accordance with the report, “Kovid-19 vaccination is obligatory for these wishing to undertake Haj pilgrimage and this can be one of many many situations for acquiring permission for Haj pilgrimage”.
No Haj if you happen to didn’t take Kovid-19 vaccine
In 2020, the federal government had drastically diminished the variety of Haj pilgrims resulting from Corona virus epidemic. As a part of the protecting measures, just one thousand folks had been allowed by the royal nation to carry out Haj, together with Saudi residents, together with immigrants dwelling within the nation. This 12 months’s Hajj can be held within the month of July. However Saudi Arabia has not but selected the variety of passengers allowed for the Haj pilgrimage in view of Kovid-19. The Umra, which was postponed in March as a result of Kovid-19 pandemic final 12 months, resumed in October 2020. The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah estimates that 19 lakh folks have paid Umrah by January this 12 months.
Saudi authorities’s decree for journey
Yearly earlier than the epidemic, 2 million Haj pilgrims from completely different nations used to return to Saudi Arabia to carry out Haj. Final month, the federal government postponed air journey to 20 nations, together with India and the US, to curb the rising variety of instances of Kovid-19 within the nation. Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam and a go to to Mecca-Medina is a should for each financially prosperous Muslim on the earth. Hajj is a significant supply of revenue of the Saudi authorities. In the meantime, the Ministry of Minority Welfare of the Authorities of India has given data on the web site that the method for Haj 2021 can be introduced after getting directions from the Ministry of Saudi Haj and Umrah.
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