Those who complete the annual Hajj pilgrimage can receive a certificate online from Saudi Arabia.
In order to obtain the certificate, pilgrims can download the Nusuk app and choose the design they prefer.
Using the app, you can get the certificate according to the ministry’s instructions.
Late last month, pilgrims returned to their pre-pandemic levels for this year’s Hajj in Saudi Arabia.
Several years ago, COVID-19 forced Saudi Arabia to limit the number and age of pilgrims for three consecutive years, but this year, the limits have been lifted.
Saudi officials estimate that approximately 1.8 million pilgrims attended this year’s Hajj in and around the holy city of Mecca, including 1.6 million foreigners.
Many overseas pilgrims visit Medina after completing Hajj rituals to pray at the Prophet’s Mosque, Islam’s second holiest site, and see other Islamic landmarks. The second Hajj season refers to the congregation.
Until Saturday, over 222,000 pilgrims from different nationalities have arrived in Medina since the end of the Hajj rites.
There are several famous mosques in Medina, including the Prophet’s Mosque, which houses Al Rawda Al Sharifa, where the Prophet Mohammed’s tomb is.
Muslim pilgrims en route to Mecca arrived in the city last month en route to Mecca.