Prepared by strong security measures
Only pilgrims who have received two doses of the vaccine and are Saudi nationals will be allowed to perform the Hajj this time. Only people between the ages of 18 and 65 who are physically disabled or completely healthy and have the opportunity to register for Hajj. The Saudi authorities have taken strict security measures to ensure that unregistered people do not enter Makkah. At the same time, 60,000 people were able to perform the Hajj in groups, with special buses arranged for groups of 20 people to perform the Hajj safely and socially. Authorities also set up a system to disinfect the pilgrimage sites as each group returns from performing the Hajj. Pilgrims were provided with even sterilized stones for throwing in jams.
No one found Kovid symptoms
As the Hajj draws to a close, the Saudi Ministry of Health says not a single Hajj pilgrim has been reported to have contracted the disease. A ministry spokesman said 651 people had been hospitalized and 396 emergency cases had been reported due to fatigue and heat-related physical problems. One person had a heart attack but was treated immediately to avoid an accident. A spokesman for the Ministry of Health said only 27 people had been admitted to the hospital. Muhammad Al Abdul Ali informed. Meanwhile, police said they had arrested 356 people who were trying to enter Musdalifah, Arafa and the Masjid al-Haram in Makkah illegally.
Made the most of the technology
According to the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, arrangements have been made for the Hajj pilgrimage to avoid maximum human intervention as part of the Kovid defense. The most important of these was the use of a smart card that included all the services. Earlier, the Hajj smart card, which was used for testing only in a few pilgrims, was made mandatory for all pilgrims this time. It provided all the necessities for the pilgrims, including Hajj services, instructions and travel and accommodation facilities. Hamad al-Ishwan, director of the Media Center, said that the smart card, which is specially designed according to the place of residence, can be used to make financial transactions and find misguided people. Pilgrims were provided with a number of artificial intelligence-enabled systems, such as robots to disinfect places, smart bracelets and the Samsam ATM.
King Salman thanks the pilgrims
King Salman, the ruler of Saudi Arabia, thanked the pilgrims for helping to organize a safe and trouble-free Hajj pilgrimage in the midst of the crisis posed by the Kovid epidemic. On the day of the festival, he expressed his gratitude to himself and his country in the Eid message he gave to both locals and foreigners. He also praised Almighty God for being able to end everything successfully as expected. He lauded the authorities and service volunteers for providing all facilities to the pilgrims through strong security precautions.