Saudi Arabia to reopen holy places after 7-month pause | All Round View

Saudi Arabia to reopen holy places after 7-month pause

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All Round View ( Mardan ) Saudi Arabia will return the Holy spots for the all year Umra journey on Sunday, downsized and with broad wellbeing precautionary measures, seven months after COVID incited its suspension.

Umra ordinarily draws in a large number of Muslims from over the globe every year.

Moreover, it will be resuscitated in three phases, with the underlying stage seeing only 6,000 residents and inhabitants as of now inside the realm permitted to participate every day.

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