Saudi Arabia has permitted Hajj for 60,000 individuals from across the world, including Pakistanis, Special Representative to the Prime Minister on Religious Harmony Maulana Tahir Ashrafi affirmed late Saturday.
The exceptional delegate said the Saudi government would later illuminate Pakistan about the number of travelers that will be permitted to play out the custom from the country.
Allama Ashrafi said individuals younger than 18 and more than 60 won’t go for Hajj, while the travelers would need to isolate in Saudi Arabia for 3 days — and immunization is an absolute necessity.
The Ministry for Foreign Affairs has moved toward the Saudi government following the Saudi government’s condition that all Hajj pioneers probably got Covid immunizations.
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