The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque introduced strict measures to ensure the safety of pilgrims. They include social distancing, wearing face masks, providing guided walkways, sanitization stations, and only permitting vaccinated pilgrims to enter.
Along with the disinfectants,1,500 liters of sanitizing perfumes are released daily at the site.
Some of the other health precautions include 3,000 garbage bins distributed across the mosque and each of the squares in the Grand Mosque being washed 10 times a day, Arab News reported.
There are also 200 supervisors and 4,000 hygiene workers maintaining the safety standards throughout the Grand Mosque each day.
In the first ten days of Ramadan 1.5 million pilgrims visited the Grand Mosque and that number is expected to increase sharply in the final 10 days of the Holy Month.