On Friday, the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques announced the approval of the plan to open the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, starting from next Sunday. The Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques, via their Twitter account, said that “based on the kind approval, the General President approves the agency’s plan to gradually open the Prophet’s Mosque in light of the precautionary measures as of Sunday.”
بناءً على الموافقة الكريمة، الرئيس العام يعتمد خطة الوكالة في الفتح التدريجي للمسجد النبوي في ظل الإجراءات الاحترازية اعتباراً من يوم الأحد ١٤٤١/١٠/٨#رئاسة_شؤون_الحرمين #المسجد_النبوي#نعود_بحذر pic.twitter.com/K8JubICEc5
— رئاسة شؤون الحرمين (@ReasahAlharmain) May 29, 2020
In a related context, a source in the Saudi Ministry of Interior announced, on Friday, the precautionary measures and preventive “protocols” that all sectors need to follow in order to limit the spread of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19).
According to the official news agency (SPA), the official source said that these protocols, which were prepared by the Ministry of Health, will be implemented from May 31 to June 20 next.
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