Jul 10, 2019
Health Affairs department in Jeddah set up 4 Health centers at Airport to serve Hajj pilgrims
As of now 27,082 pilgrims from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, China, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, South Africa and Turkey have arrived in Saudi Arabia. Similar : 24 hours toll free helpline service for Hajj pilgrims
The health affairs department in Jeddah has set up 4 health centers at Jeddah's King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) to medically examine and treat the arriving pilgrims from all over the world. Trending : Simple and small guide of Hajj pilgrimage
- The 4 health center in Jeddah Airport are working for 24 hours in order to check the validity of health certificates the pilgrims received within their countries.
- Four well equipped ambulances have also set up at the airport to transport pilgrims suspected with contagious diseases to a dedicated hospital for this service. See Also : No entries in Makkah city without Hajj permit
- About 26,771 pilgrims were vaccinated against meningitis at their home countries and 3659 against small box, 186 aircrafts cleared and 3 pilgrims referred to the centers for treatment as per the report published in Saudi Gazette.