Hajj Ministry announces insurance for pilgrims

Hajj Ministry announces insurance for pilgrims
Hajj Ministry announces insurance for pilgrims

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - JEDDAH: Hajj and Umrah Minister Mohammed Salih Bentin and Tawuniya Chairman Sulaiman Al-Humaid signed an agreement on Wednesday to provide insurance for pilgrims coming from outside Saudi Arabia.

The signing took place at the Hajj and Umrah Ministry’s headquarters in Makkah. As part of the agreement, the ministry will provide health and other insurance services to pilgrims from the time they arrive in the Kingdom until they leave.

This comes as part of the Vision 2030 reform plan, which aims to enhance pilgrims’ experiences.

Bentin said the insurance will be linked to the visa as soon as the pilgrim arrives in Saudi Arabia. There well be a hotline, and pilgrims will be served by teams who speak multiple languages.

Abdulaziz bin Hadsan Al-Bouq, CEO of Tawuniya, which has been awarded the contract for four years, said the Kingdom is developing innovative methods to provide health services and reduce accidents at holy sites.

This project, he added, is supported by the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah and each insurance covers an amount of SR100,000 ($26,665) per person.

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