The Saudi government has announced that the Hajj Sermons will be broadcast with translations in 10 languages, including Urdu.
According to the administration of the two holy shrines in Saudi Arabia, 25 tracks have been prepared for Tawaf on Hajj this year.
As many as 5,000 workers have been hired to sanitize the courtyards of Masjid-ul-Haram, and 60,000 people from all over the world, including Pakistan, will be able to perform Hajj after Saudi Arabia granted permission for the religious ritual to be conducted this year.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, a total of only 60,000 locals and foreigners have been allowed to perform Hajj this year.
The Saudi Hajj organizers said that special arrangements have been made for vaccinations and social distance monitoring during Hajj.
On the other hand, admission to ‘Mataf’ has been temporarily suspended for Hajj preparations. The Haram administration workers and the cleaning and sanitizing staff will carry out their duties in Mataf. However, the five daily azaans and prayers will continue as usual in the Haram Sharif.