Saudi Arabia reopen umrah pilgrimage

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After seven months Saudi Arabia reopen the Muslim holy places umrah pilgrimage, with extensive health precautions.

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After seven months Saudi Arabia reopen the Muslim holy places umrah pilgrimage, with extensive health precautions.

The umrah, the pilgrimage that can be undertaken at any time, usually attracts millions of Muslims from across the globe each year.

It will be revived in three stages, with the initial phase seeing just 6,000 citizens and residents already within the kingdom allowed to take part each day.

“In the first stage, the umrah will be performed meticulously and within a specified period of time,” Hajj Minister Mohammad Benten told state television last week.

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