Saudi Arabia’s Ministry for Hajj & Umrah announced that pilgrims can now pay their fees and other dues in installments

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Saudi Arabia’s Ministry for Hajj & Umrah announced that pilgrims can now pay their fees and other dues in installments
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry for Hajj & Umrah announced that pilgrims can now pay their fees and other dues in installments

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry for Hajj and Umrah has announced that pilgrims can now pay their fees and other dues in two installments instead of paying all of the amounts at once.⁠

The Saudi Ministry has taken several other key decisions to facilitate the pilgrims, including the abolition of the Lottery Allocation System by allowing the pilgrims to register directly for Hajj.⁠ Meanwhile, a 25 percent quota has been allocated for the pilgrims aged 65 years and above, along with the introduction of a new economic package called Economic 2, which enables low-income individuals to perform the pilgrimage.⁠

Note here that the Saudi authorities lifted the coronavirus restrictions on the Holy Ka’aba and Masjid-al-Nabvi this year, and people willing to perform Umrah and Hajj are being issued permits.⁠

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