On Tuesday, Iranian Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization medical advisor Davud Bagheri delivered the news in Medina.

He added there are two medical centers in Medina, one of which is located in a hotel that caters to pilgrims around the clock.

Bagheri asserted that Mecca has an additional three hospitals. Doctors and necessary equipment are on hand at the facilities in order to ensure the safety and well-being of Iranian pilgrims, he stated. The first Iranian pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia was held on June 12th.

This year’s Hajj will see 39,635 Iranians depart from 17 airports. Saudi Arabia will allow international Hajj pilgrims for the first time since the outbreak of COVID-19 two years ago.

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