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Returning Hajj Pilgrims Do Not Need To Isolate After The Pilgrimage

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Hajj pilgrims returning from Hajj will not need to isolate.

No cases of COVID-19 were discovered amongst the pilgrims that are wrapping up their pilgrimage and returning home now

As all pilgrims and workers engaged in Hajj had already received the jabs against COVID-19, pilgrims do not need to isolate.

Around 60,000 Saudi and foreign Muslims residing in Saudi Arabia representing 150 countries were picked to perform this year’s Hajj.

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Eligible pilgrims were required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, free of chronic diseases and aged between 18 to 65 years.

Overseas pilgrims were excluded from attending Hajj for the second year in a row due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

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