Oman announces medical examinations, vaccination for pilgrims starts from April 16, 2023

hajj vaccine
hajj vaccine

Oman’s Ministry of Health (MOH) begins conducting medical examinations and providing vaccines for pilgrims starting from April 16, 2023.

In a statement MOH said: The Ministry of Health (MOH) would like to announce to the citizens and residents, who have been accepted to perform the Hajj pilgrimage this year (1444H/2023), the start of conducting medical examinations and providing vaccines in the primary health care institutions starting from Sunday, April 16, 2023.

According to the requirements of the competent authorities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the necessary vaccinations are:

The Quadric-vaccination against Meningococcal Meningitis.

Seasonal flu vaccine.

Covid-19 vaccine (Bivalent vaccine).

Therefore, MOH urges all citizens and residents who want to perform the Hajj pilgrimage this year (1444 AH / 2023) to adhere to taking the required vaccinations. The above requirements are considered a prerequisite to entering the Kingdom of Tong Arabia to prevent the spread of infection and safeguard public health.

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