Saudi Arabia announces to reopen Roza-e-Rasool for zaireen to offer Salam

11:51 PM | 3 Oct, 2020
Saudi Arabia announces to reopen Roza-e-Rasool for zaireen to offer Salam
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JEDDAH – Saudi Arabia has announced that Roza-e-Rasool will be opened for visitors from first of Rabiul Awal. 

A tweet by administration of Harmain said, The first stage of entering the Noble Rawdah and offering Salam to the Prophet of Allah ﷺ will start in two weeks 01/03/1442 via the Etamarna application at 75% of the maximum capacity with maintaining the precautionary measures”.

On the other hand, first batch of pilgrim will perform Umrah tomorrow after a gap of seven weeks. 

The Saudi government had closed Masjid e Nabi for prayers in March due to coronavirus pandemic. 

Later, it allowed a limited number of citizens to come to the mosque in May while there were restrictions on visiting the Roza e Rasool and now these are being lifted after two weeks.