Announcing a major operational plan for Ramadan after Corona in the Holy Haram

The administration of the Holy Mosque in Saudi Arabia has announced the largest operational plan for Ramadan this year, after two years of coronavirus life.

According to Arab media reports, the head of the administration of the two holy shrines, Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, announced this in an online press conference.

He said that 12,000 workers, including women, would be deployed to serve the Umrah pilgrims during Ramadan this year. Visitors will also be served through digital facilities and artificial intelligence.

He said that special arrangements would be made for sanitizing, cleaning and washing in Masjid-ul-Haram while permits for 2,000 Ramadan Iftar dinners have been issued this year.


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