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Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia temporarily suspends entry of GCC citizens to Mecca and Medina

CAIRO: Saudi Arabia incidentally suspended passage of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) residents to Mecca and Medina, the remote service reported in an announcement distributed by the state news organization . 

The announcement included it will avoid from that choice the residents of the GCC who had been in Saudi Arabia for in excess of 14 consistent days and didn't show any indications of the new coronavirus (COVID-19). 


Saudi Arabia on Thursday briefly suspended section for people trying to perform Umrah journey in Mecca or to visit the Prophet's Mosque in Medina, just as sightseers going from nations where the coronavirus represents a hazard as dictated by the Kingdom's wellbeing specialists.

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