Umrah season has arrived and it is now open. The Saudi Arabian government has just announced that there won’t be any sort of maximum limit for overseas pilgrims wanting to perform Umrah in 2023. Authorities have now made excellent arrangements for pilgrims, so make your plan for Umrah. But, it is necessary for pilgrims to prove that they aren’t infected by Covid-19 in order to get a permit.
Saudi Arabia has announced though that as the new pilgrimage season begins in the country, there will no longer be any limit on the number of pilgrims willing to perform Umrah. As per the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, people from all over the world won’t be restricted to the Jeddah Airport. Rather, they can enter and exit the country through an airport of their choice.
But, the ministry also determines that the pilgrims looking to perform Umrah must get a permit from the Eatmarna app by proving that they aren’t infected with the Covid-19 or have come in touch with anyone who has been affected by coronavirus.
Saudi Arabian officials announced the set of regulations for people looking to enter the Holy Kaaba to perform Umrah. The Hajj and Umrah Ministry urged the pilgrims to stay in good health as determined in the Tawakalna app and to keep the face mask worn inside the Masjid al Haram. Also, the pilgrims are required to depart the Masjid al Haram when their entry permit expires and to prevent bringing any sort of luggage while visiting the mosque.
The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah also determined that the people coming in Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah can make their own plans without any mediator by simply logging into an online portal called Online Travel Agencies. So, if you are looking to perform Umrah in 2023, start making your plans!