Haj minister asked Muslims to defer Haj plans
Not long ago, Saudi Arabia suspended Umrah over feelings of dread of the new coronavirus.
“Saudi Arabia is completely prepared to serve pioneers,” Haj serve Mohammad Benten told the state-run Al Ekhbariya TV.
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“Be that as it may, under the present conditions, as we are discussing the worldwide pandemic […] the realm is quick to ensure the soundness of Muslims and residents thus we have asked our sibling Muslims in all nations to hold up before doing Haj contracts until the circumstance is clear.”
Saudi specialists presently can’t seem to declare whether they will continue with the current year’s Haj.
Haj, which a year ago pulled in 2.5 million individuals, is a key income worker for Saudi Arabia.
The legislature is scrambling to confine the spread of the infection at home. The wellbeing service has revealed 1,563 coronavirus contaminations and 10 passings from the sickness up until now.