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Saudi Arabia will lift the suspension of Umrah services and visits to the holy sites in a phased manner after nine months of closure due to the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic.
The move is part of the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Interior's proposal to ease travel restrictions from September 15, with the complete lifting to come into effect on January 1, 2021.
From Sunday, October 4th 2020 (17th Safar), Masjid al-Haram will be opened up to 6,000 citizens and residents per day for Umrah.
From Sunday, October 18th 2020 (1st Rabi al Awwal), Masjid al-Haram will be opened up to 15,000 citizens and residents per day for Umrah, as well as 40,000 worshippers per day for the five daily prayers.
From Sunday, November 1st 2020 (15th Rabi al Awwal), Masjid al-Haram will be opened up to 20,000 national and international pilgrims per day for Umrah, as well as 60,000 worshippers per day for the five daily prayers.
To re-open both sanctuaries at 100% of their natural capacity once the relevant authorities have confirmed COVID-19 no longer poses a threat.
Please note: the arrival of pilgrims and visitors from outside the Kingdom will be gradual, with entry granted to those that pass the Ministry’s strict criteria. For example, it will be obligatory for pilgrims carry a negative Covid-19 test certificate with them.
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Umrah is a pilgrimage to the holy city of Makkah which can be undertaken at any time of the year.