Riyadh: The Saudi government has decided to impose a fine of 10,000 riyals on those who go for Umrah without permission during Ramadan.
According to Arab media, the Saudi government has decided to impose a fine on those who perform Umrah without permission during Ramadan. Anyone who goes to perform Umrah without permission will have to pay a fine of 10,000 riyals.
According to the Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, the government will only allow people who have been vaccinated with the Corona vaccine to perform Umrah during Ramadan, so those who need a government permit to perform Umrah are required to perform Corona 2. Vaccination is mandatory.
The Saudi Interior Ministry has said that not only Umrah but also entry into the Haram Sharif has been banned during Ramadan. Permission will also be required to perform prayers in Masjid al-Haram and Masjid al-Nabawi. Individuals praying in Masjid al-Haram and Masjid al-Nabawi are also required to be vaccinated with two corona vaccines. Violators have been fined 1,000 riyals.
According to the Interior Ministry, Saudi ministries imposed restrictions to reduce the spread of the Corona epidemic due to the high rush during Ramadan, and strict security measures have been put in place to enforce them, and any violators will be held accountable. There will be no leniency.
The Interior Ministry has appealed to Saudis and foreigners that those who wish to perform Umrah or go to the Grand Mosque for prayers must obtain a permit. At the same time, security personnel at all highways, checkpoints and We will check the permits on the way to Haram Sharif and prevent those violating the prescribed system from going to Haram Sharif.