Health implications for Hajj 1441

Now that Saudi Arabia has confirmed that Hajj will go ahead with limited pilgrims residing only in the Kingdom, Health Minister Dr. Tawfiq Al-Rabiah says several strict health measures and protocols will be implemented to prevent COVID-19 from spreading. At a joint virtual press conference yesterday, Hajj and Umrah Minister Dr. Muhammad Saleh Benten said he expects that number of domestic pilgrims performing Hajj this year will not exceed 10,000.
To discuss this further, we have seasoned travel doctor Salim Parker, known as the hajj doctor. He has been a doctor during hajj for many years. He was the former president of the South African Society of Travel Medicine