General Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques readies for Ramadan’s last 10 days

MAKKAH: the general Presidency of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque has multiplied its round-the-clock preparations to welcome worshippers and pilgrims over the last 10 days of Ramadan, the Saudi Press enterprise stated.
cleansing and sanitizing has been stepped as much as make certain all and sundry’s protection and protection.
additional doorways have been opened, and there are more regulated access and go out factors, and particular pathways for humans with special wishes to ease the movement of worshippers and those wishing to carry out Umrah.
there is greater distribution of Zamzam water to site visitors in the Mataf, the white vicinity right away across the Kaaba, and the Grand Mosque’s courtyards.
those steps are being taken to meet the necessities of COVID-19 precautionary and preventive measures.
extra than 4,000 employees had been deployed to sanitize and perfume the Grand Mosque, which is wiped clean 10 instances an afternoon.
Over eighty,000 liters of sanitizer and 1,600 liters of perfume are used all through every cleaning operation, at the same time as extra than 500 sensor-ready hand sanitizer dispensers were dispensed.
around two hundred,000 bottles of water are distributed in the Mataf through personal vehicles. Water is likewise disbursed or available at the walkway, the funeral prayer corridor, the primary-floor prayer hall for people with unique needs, King Fahd and King Abdullah expansions, entrances, and stairs.
extra than 100 observers are stationed on the doorways of the Grand Mosque to acquire worshippers, direct them to their spots, organize their access and go out, manual them to prayer halls, and guide protection officers in guiding worshippers.
bloodless water is sprayed out at the mosque’s squares thru 250 lovers to assist cool down air temperatures for worshippers throughout prayer times.

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