All (services and companies) have been checked, and Alhamdulillah (thank God), they are prepared
Mecca (ANTARA) – The Indonesian Hajj Arranging Committee (PPIH) in Saudi Arabia has ensured that facilities and expert services in Mecca are ready for Indonesian Hajj pilgrims ahead of their arrival from Medina.
Hajj pilgrims from the 1st batch are scheduled to depart from Medina to Mecca on June 12, 2022.
“We be certain that the 3 expert services — accommodation, catering, and transportation — are ready when the pilgrims arrive,” Deputy Head of PPIH in Saudi Arabia Nasrullah Jasam stated in Mecca on Friday.
“All (amenities and providers) have been checked, and Alhamdulillah (thank God), they are prepared,” he remarked.
Jasam affirmed that the resort, which was earlier unused due to the ban on Hajj pilgrimage in the very last two yrs, was confirmed to be ready to accommodate the pilgrims.
Catering provider companies have also been readied to offer food stuff thrice a working day to the Indonesian pilgrims.
In addition, Jasam confirmed that PPIH experienced checked the readiness of buses to be deployed for transporting the Hajj pilgrims.
The PPIH has readied the buses to serve Indonesian pilgrims at 5 places: Mahbas Jin, Syisyah, Raudhah, Jarwal, and Misfalah.
Buses, with a potential of 70 men and women every, will be operated for 24 hrs to transportation pilgrims from the lodge to the Terrific Mosque of Mecca and vice versa.
According to data from the Ministry of Religious Affairs, as many as 18,179 Indonesian Hajj pilgrims have arrived in Medina.
Indonesian Hajj pilgrims getting into Saudi Arabia as a result of Medina to perform worship in the Prophet’s Mosque will be transported to Mecca.
This year, Saudi Arabia has authorized one million pilgrims from a variety of nations around the world to execute the Hajj pilgrimage. Indonesia has been allotted a quota of 100,051 men and women for the pilgrimage.
Although it has offered permission for foreign pilgrims to perform Hajj, Saudi Arabia has laid down two circumstances for them this yr. Initially, pilgrims need to not be older than 65 yrs and will have to have received the complete dose of any COVID-19 vaccine accredited by the Saudi Health Ministry.
Second, pilgrims traveling from abroad need to have a certification showing a damaging PCR consequence, with the examination taken no additional than 72 hrs prior to departure.
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