Posted by : Aahil Shaik Sunday, October 24, 2021

Thermal cameras removed from Makkah Grand Mosque as Corona restrictions ease

The authorities in Saudi Arabia removed thermal cameras at the Grand Mosque in Makkah after two years of its installation, this came in line with eased restrictions against Corona virus in the Kingdom.

The General Presidency for the Two Holy Mosques removed all equipment on Friday, which was used to check temperatures of the worshippers before entering into the Grand Mosque, reports Gulf news.

- The thermal cameras served about 20 months at the entry gates of the Holy Mosque, the presidency removed them timed with relaxing precautions and obligating worshippers to get permits through Eatmarna app to perform Umrah and prayers. Trending : Ministry of Health reveals more details about Booster dose of Corona vaccine

- On Friday, the Holy Mosque worshippers performed the Friday prayer without social distancing (Shoulder to Shoulder) as it was scrapped earlier this week.

- Starting last Sunday, Saudi Arabia started easing precautionary measures against Corona virus as the pandemic situation in the Kingdom has stabilized after a sharp decline in new infections of Covid-19.

- Earlier this week, Saudi Arabia removed mandatory wearing of face masks in outdoor places, ending physical distancing for worshippers in the Two Holy Mosques of Makkah and Madina, with full operation has been reinstated. However, worshippers need to continue to wear face mask at both mosques. Follow Saudi Expatriates on Google News

- Last week, The Grand Mosque in Makkah operated at full attendance, this is in line with the decision to ease precautionary measure and to allow pilgrims and visitors to the Grand Mosque at full capacity.

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