On Sunday morning, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia reopened the doors of the Prophet’s Mosque to worshipers after a 74-day closure period, against the backdrop of the outbreak of the Corona virus.
The Agency for the Affairs of the Prophet’s Mosque opened the doors of the mosque’s grounds in preparation for the reception of worshipers for Fajr prayer.
And the account of the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques on Twitter posted the first pictures of reopening the doors of the Prophet’s Mosque squares.
After gracious approval, the Prophet’s Mosque Affairs Agency begins to open the gates of the grounds #Prophet’s Mosque Preparing to receive the worshipers for Fajr prayer.# Get back with caution pic.twitter.com/bGyE5BfzJD
– Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques (@ReasahAlharmain) May 30, 2020
The General Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques announced last Friday the approval of the plan to open the Prophet’s Mosque, after the approval of the Saudi monarch, King Salman bin Abdulaziz.
It is noteworthy that starting from Sunday, June 21, normalcy conditions in all regions and cities of the Kingdom will be restored to before the period of curfew measures – except for the city of Makkah Al-Mukarramah – with full compliance with preventive health instructions and social divergence, and care to maintain protection The highest-risk groups are especially elderly people with chronic and respiratory diseases.