State pilgrims receive permits and awareness kits from "campaigns" next week
Pilgrimage campaigns approved by the General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments will start handing out Hajj permits to citizens applying for the obligatory Hajj, as of next week, after each campaign receives the necessary vaccination certificates from each citizen. The pilgrims also receive their passports.
Pilgrimage campaigns approved by the General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments will start handing out the Hajj permits to the citizens applying for the duty, starting next week, after each campaign receives the required vaccination certificates from each citizen. The pilgrims also receive their passports, The body includes six booklets: "Pilgrim's Guidance, Hajj, Umrah, Fatwas of Hajj and Umrah, Dawah in Hajj, Umrah, Judgments and Etiquette." These booklets contain the most important and most important questions about pilgrims.
The number of Hajj permits granted to citizens of the state reached 6228 this year, according to the General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments. They were distributed to 142 licensed holders for practicing the profession within the country, which were integrated into 30 major campaigns, which accommodate the number of pilgrims.
While citizens wishing to perform the pilgrimage began to visit the health centers accredited in the various emirates to obtain the necessary vaccinations before heading to the Holy Land to ensure their safety and prevent them from potential infectious diseases.
The immunization program for pilgrims includes three vaccines, the meningococcal vaccine, seasonal influenza and pneumococcal (Nemococcal), which is given to people 65 years of age and older who are most vulnerable.
The Hajj campaigns this year, in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and Community Protection and local authorities and services, provided a list of general guidance and advice for pilgrims before and during their stay in the Holy Land. And first aid.
The list of tips also included the need to pay attention to handwashing thoroughly with soap, water or hand sanitizers, especially before and after eating, after using the bath, after coughing or sneezing, as well as drinking plenty of water and fluids.
According to officials in Hajj campaigns, pilgrims will be informed about the dates of the gathering and travel soon, explaining that the official mission of Hajj consists of several committees working to coordinate and organize the affairs of Hajj and Pilgrims, and seeks to provide the finest services to pilgrims pilgrims while they are in the Holy Land and performing Hajj rituals, Services provided by the Mission.
They explained that the most important of these committees is the "Preaching and Legal Advisory Committee" during Hajj, which provides religious guidance to pilgrims during the performance of the rituals, and answer their questions and inquiries about the Hajj as well as providing them with books and pamphlets that help them to get a better understanding of its provisions and ethics, pointing out that the Committee The second is the "Health Services", which provides free health care services to all pilgrims in the country, especially that each campaign will be accompanied by a doctor and nurse at least (the number increases according to the number of pilgrims in each campaign) in order to provide the best level of health care for pilgrims.
The electronic track
Hajj campaign officials confirmed their commitment to the instructions of the General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments, to register within the electronic track of the Ministry of Hajj in Saudi Arabia, explaining that any contract or registration from outside the track will not be legally valid, to the detriment of pilgrims.
They reported that the campaigns have contracted with the Saudi Automobile Association through this track, which lists the numbers of cars, buses, costs and fees.