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Pilgrims and worshipers at the Grand Mosque can now access 51 more entrances.
The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques in Saudi Arabia continued to assist visitors to the Grand Mosques. Where the door staff went to great pains to make it as easy as possible for worshipers to enter and exit.
The Director of the Grand Mosque’s Gates Department, Fahd bin Sharaz Al-Maliki, said that the department is in charge of all 51 doors of the Makkah Grand Mosque, which are opened as needed.
The doors of the Grand Mosque are branded with names and numbers to help visitors to the Holy Mosques recognize the doorways through which they entered, making it easier for them to exit and return to their homes, he explained.
He claimed that monitors are stationed at these doors and that they carry out the orders, which include not admitting bags, food, or sharp objects, among other things, in order to keep the Grand Mosque clean and conducive to worship.
A number of observers have been assigned to all shifts and for a period of around 24 hours, with their primary role being to monitor the doors and liaise with the Saudi Red Crescent Society for those who are exposed to a health issue among the Grand Mosque’s visitors. Watch More: Gulf Tech & News.
Tawakkalna Application will not display expired residency permits (Iqama).
The Residency Permit (Iqama) of a resident will not be shown if it has expired, according to a new version of the Ministry of Health’s Application concerning the health database/status of a Resident and Citizen of Saudi Arabia.
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This update was applied a couple of days ago. Every resident must renew their Residency Permit (Iqama) in order for it to be visible on Tawakkalna.
More information about the Tawakkalna application will be available soon.