On the first of the three days of Tashreeq, pilgrims continue to stone the three Jamarat, the Minor, the Middle, and the Great, with no mishaps or injuries reported among the pilgrims.
To ensure the pilgrims’ safety, the authorities are monitoring them with more than 540 security cameras from the time they leave the Mina camps until they arrive at the Jamarat facility.
In the event of an emergency, police, civil defense, and medical crews will be stationed within the complex.
After finishing the Tawaf al-Ifadah and stoning the Jamarat in Mecca’s Great Mosque, the pilgrims returned to their encampment in Mina. During the days of Tashreeq, which begin on the eleventh of Dhul Hijjah, the pilgrims will complete the stoning of the three Jamarat.
The pilgrims performed this year’s Tawaf al-Ifadah amid a system of precautionary services and measures inside the Grand Mosque, as well as the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque’s intensive preventive measures within its field, guiding, preventive, technical, and engineering plan to ensure smooth grouping of pilgrims to perform their rituals.
The first and second phases of the Hajj plans were completed effectively, according to the Saudi Ministry of Interior.
Dr. Muhammad Al-Abd Al-Aali, a spokesman for the Saudi Ministry of Health, said that no cases of Corona have been reported among the pilgrims thus far.
In a related vein, the CEO of Kadana Development Company, the executive arm of the Royal Commission for the City of Makkah and the Holy Sites, stated, “We are working to improve the infrastructure in the holy sites in preparation for the implementation of the proposed alternatives to tents, and to raise the capacity of the holy sites in the future.”