Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia Bans Flights to 15 Nations Including India

Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia Bans Flights to 15 Nations Including India

The Hajj pilgrims became concerned after Saudi Arabia prohibited flights to India and 15 other countries in the aftermath of Covid-19.

They had been anticipating the pilgrimage and eagerly watching the favourable movement of flights.

Around 79,000 Haj pilgrims from India are expected to attend the religious gathering.

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In this scenario, some Hajj pilgrims have expressed their thoughts. They have also shared how their devotional aspects are going to be affected.

Due to the increasing number of daily COVID incidents in recent weeks, Saudi Arabia has prohibited its people from travelling to the 15 nations.


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