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Hajj is the largest annual pilgrimage in the world, which takes place in Makkah (Saudi Arabia). It is a once in a lifetime journey that is obligatory on all Muslims to perform if they are able to accomplish it.
It is expected that Hajj in 2021 will take place between Sunday 18th July 2021 and Thursday 22nd July 2021.
Use our Hajj 2021 Learning Portal to learn more about the rites of Hajj and Umrah, gain an insight into the wisdom of Hajj, and unlock the meaning behind the grandest of visits to the final Messenger of Allah ﷺ.
Our Hajj 2021 and COVID-19 FAQ is an excellent resource that will answer many of your travel questions that relate to performing Hajj or Umrah in 2021 during the current health climate.
No decisions have been made by relevant authorities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have not yet made any official statement with regards to Hajj 1442/2021. With this said, we have begun we have now pro-actively begun planning for Hajj 2021, in what may be the smallest open Hajj in modern history due to the current health climate. The preparation to receive and serve pilgrims for Hajj 2021 is also still progressing within the Ministry of Hajj & Umrah and other relevant authorities.
For all the latest news on whether Hajj 2021 will go ahead, please visit our latest article which explores all the possible scenarios.
After the discovery of the second strain of COVID-19 at the end of December 2021, the Saudi authorities imposed a temporary ban on the entry of international travels from Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Portugal, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, The United Arab Emirates, The United Kingdom, The United States of America and Turkey.
The good news - for all the Muslims around the world – is that these restrictions will be lifted on March 31 2021, which make the chances of an open Hajj 2021 that much more likely insha’Allah.
From 15 February anyone travelling to the UK from a country on the UK’s travel ban list will be required to quarantine in a government-approved facility for 10 days.
Currently, Saudi Arabia is not on this red list, so the new rules will not apply.
There seems to be some light at the end of the tunnel, as the Government announced today (22 February 2021) their plans to not only lift the UK's lockdown starting from March 8th, but to also end all legal limits on social distancing from 21st June. International travel is also hoped to return from 17th May, with a report expected on 12th April that will look at how to facilitate more inbound and outbound travel.
These are very positive signs, which we hope and pray make the chances of an open Hajj 2021 that much more likely insha’Allah.
Saudi Arabia’s Health Ministry have recently confirmed that vaccination would be “the main condition for participation in Hajj 2021” after Health Minister, Tawfiq Al Rabiah, previously stated that “compulsory vaccinations” would be required for all pilgrims.
Saudia Arabia began their vaccination program on December 17 2020, with the Moderna, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca jabs being approved for use. The Health Ministry have also began a programme where it would see Makkah becoming the first city in the world where 100% of its residents have been vaccinated.
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