The Ministry Hajj And Umrah Approved Quota Of Pilgrims 2022

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The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah has announced the approved quota of pilgrims for the Hajj 2022. 

The Saudi Arabian government has announced that only 850,000 foreign pilgrims will be allowed to perform Hajj this year, constituting 45.2% of the original quota for each country before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. This is due to the ongoing pandemic and the restrictions that have been placed on international travel.

The approved quota of pilgrims includes: 

#Country’sQuotas
1Indonesia100,051
2Pakistan81,132
3India79,237
4Bangladesh57,585
5Nigeria43,008
6Iran37,770
7Egypt35,375
8Russia11,318
9United States of America9,504
10China9,190
11Thailand5,885
12Ukraine 91
13Angola23

The Saudi government has announced new rules for this year’s Hajj pilgrimage, which include a ban on pilgrims over the age of 65 and a requirement that all pilgrims must have received two doses of a coronavirus vaccine. These measures are being put in place in an effort to protect pilgrims from the risks of contracting and spreading the virus.

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