Saudi says Hajj season free from COVID-19 so far

Saudi Arabia announced on Monday that the Hajj buy fast propecia season is so far free from COVID-19 and other contagious diseases, Al Ekhbariay TV reported.

The Health Ministry Spokesman Mohammed Al-Abdulaali told a press conference that the health condition of pilgrims is reassuring and there is no Hajj-related COVID-19 case cialis or viagra in the kingdom.

Health sectors are standing by to implement the precautionary plans and manage the crowds, he added.

Meanwhile, Security Spokesman of the Interior Ministry Talal Al-Shalhoub said security forces work to ensure pilgrims follow social distancing at all sites.

The police are purchase cialis from us also guarding the ritual sites to prevent the entry of unregistered individuals, Al-Shalhoub added.

Spokesman of the Hajj and Umrah Ministry Hisham Saeed told the press conference about the success of transporting pilgrims from Mina to Arafat areas.

Given the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of domestic pilgrims during this year’s Hajj season is limited to 60,000.