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From March 31 Airports To Be Reopened In Saudi Arabia

Summary:

Saudi Arabia has decided to reopen airports all across the country from March 31 to perform Hajj and Umrah. All countries where coronavirus is at a minimal level will be allowed to operate flights.

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Overview:

After a few months of suspension, the outlook for Umrah for all Muslims around the world, including Pakistan, has brightened this year as Saudi Arabia has decided to reopen all airports by March 31.

He said all countries would be allowed to operate flights, except in countries where the coronavirus is still widespread. The notification emphasized that Saudi would thoroughly investigate cases of citizens belonging to the countries where coronavirus is still widespread.

From March 31 Airports To Be Reopened In Saudi Arabia
Clock Tower in Makkah. Image Source: Pexels

Deputy Minister Hajj and Umrah Dr. Amr Al-Maddah said, 10,000 pilgrims arriving from abroad were first granted permission, –Arab News

Umrah is an Islamic pilgrimage to Holy places Medina and Mecca performed at any period of the year. Last year 19 million peoples were attracted.

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