UAE publishes Hajj pilgrims’ health guidelines 2023


The Ministry of Health and Prevention of the United Arab Emirates (MoHAP) has issued standards that must be adhered to by Hajj pilgrims.

The announcement that preparations are being made to welcome pilgrims was made by Dubai Airports last week.

Hajj pilgrims health guidelines

  • Visit the doctor before traveling to review your health status.
  • Take sufficient medication after consulting a doctor, especially for chronic conditions that require regular treatment.
  • Have a medical report about medical conditions, medications, and doses.
  • Carry a medical kit with sanitizers, wound disinfection tools, fever medication, pain relievers, and creams for burns, and allergies.
  • Carry personal hygiene products including towels and a toothbrush.

Dubai Airports, in conjunction with its many service partners, will extend a warm welcome to pilgrims. Beginning on June 22nd, Saudia will be the first airline to operate a pilgrimage flight departing from Terminal 1 at DXB Airport.

DXB has implemented measures, including as dedicated counters at check-in, passport, and security, in order to keep service levels at their previous levels. Additionally, there will be separate entrances and exits for pilgrimage planes.

“It is going to get rather busy in the coming weeks because the Hajj season overlaps with the peak travel season of the summer, but the staff at DXB have finished all of the required planning and preparation to meet and surpass the expectations of our visitors. “We are prepared to give the Hajj pilgrims a special welcome this year,” said Mohammed Al Marzouqi, the Head of the Hajj Committee at Dubai Airport. “We hope you have a safe and blessed journey.”

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