Makkah, Worshippers performed the last Friday prayer in the holy month of Ramadan at the Grand Mosque, in the presence of only immune people as shown by the Tawakkalna application with full commitment to health protocols, precautionary measures and preventive procedures followed at the Two Holy Mosques to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic. Immune people to COVID-19 include those who have received two doses of a vaccine, those who have spent 14 days after receiving the first dose, and those who have recovered from infection.
In an overwhelming spirituality and an atmosphere full of faith, worshippers performed the prayer, thanking Allah the Almighty for the blessings of security, safety, comfort and stability, and praying to Him lift this pandemic.
The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque has intensified the cleaning, disinfection and sterilization operations using environment-friendly disinfectants and detergents. It carries out 10 washing operations at the Grand Mosque per day as part of the precautionary measures.
The Presidency prepared more than 45 field teams working round the clock to sterilize all corners of the Grand Mosque and its external yards. It also provided more than 300 high-quality modern devices for sterilizing hands and about 70 devices that measure temperatures through remote sensing. It also provided guidance posters at the entrances of the Grand Mosque and allocated specified paths for people with special needs in order to allow worshipers perform their prayers in a safe and healthy environment with ease and comfort.
Meanwhile, a number of worshippers commended the services presented at the Grand Mosque, expressing their appreciation for the development of services as well as the implementation of precautionary measures. They also praised all services being provided by the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to serve the Two Holy Mosques and their visitors.
Source: Saudi Press Agency