Saudi Arabia Eases Some Covid Precautions Before the Hajj

Even as coronavirus cases rise steadily in Saudi Arabia, the kingdom has announced the lifting of most of its Covid precautions as it prepares to receive roughly a million pilgrims for the annual Hajj season, the most since the start of the pandemic.

Mask-wearing is no longer required in most enclosed spaces, although they will continue to be mandatory inside the holy sites in Mecca and Medina, the Interior Ministry said on Monday evening. The government also lifted a requirement to show…

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