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The main shrine of Muslims in Mecca opened for prayers

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For the first time in seven months, the Saudi Arabian authorities allowed prayers to be held inside the main Islamic shrine – the Great (Protected) Mosque al-Haram in Mecca, which was closed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. This was announced by the Al Arabia TV channel.
According to the TV channel, access to the mosque is open to citizens and foreigners living in the country.
The Main Directorate for the Great (Protected) Mosque in Mecca and the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina announced the start of the second phase of the Small Hajj – Umrah (Small Pilgrimage), which will last two weeks and provide for an increase in traffic capacity up to 75% – about 55 thousand people …
The Great Mosque in Mecca and the Mosque of the Prophet in Medina were closed indefinitely on March 20 amid the spread of coronavirus infection.
A few days earlier, a ban was introduced on holding mass prayers in all mosques in the kingdom. Also, the authorities indefinitely postponed the umrah for citizens and foreigners living in the kingdom.

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