8 million liters of Zamzam were given at the Grand Mosque.

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During Ramadan, cleaning efforts at the Grand Mosque were stepped up.

In the first ten days of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, almost 8 million litres of holy Zamzam water were distributed at the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, according to local media.

The distribution is part of the General Presidency for Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques’ round-the-clock service operation.

Zamzam packets are delivered to attendees at prayer locations within the mosque, in the courtyard containing the sacred Kaaba, and in the holy site’s outlying areas.

The Islamic lunar month of Ramadan, which began on April 2 this year, is traditionally the busiest time for umrah or minor pilgrimages to the Grand Mosque.

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Work on disinfection and scent spraying at the mosque has been stepped up for Ramadan as part of the mosque’s services. The mosque was cleansed 100 times in the last ten days, according to Al Watan newspaper. 1.3 million litres of disinfectants and 25,000 litres of scent were used each time, according to the report.

The sterilizing process is carried out around the clock in the large mosque, which attracts Muslims from all over the world throughout the year.

Saudi officials have lately lifted limitations on performing umrah as a result of the kingdom’s easing of COVID-19 regulations.

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Several precautionary measures, including the cancellation of licenses for worshiping at the Grand Mosque and visiting the Prophet’s Mohammed Mosque in Medina, have been lifted by the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah.

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All worshippers will no longer be required to undergo an immunization check to enter both holy sites, according to the Ministry.

Furthermore, the ministry has abolished the once-required registration of vaccination data for abroad Muslims seeking an umrah permit.

In the first half of Ramadan, an estimated 2 million pilgrims performed umrah at the Grand Mosque.

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