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Hajj & Umrah

Information regarding the necessary vaccinations, COVID-19 precautions, and general health guidance for Hajj 1444H can be found on the Ministry of Health platform

Pilgrims are advised to ensure they are up to date with immunisations that are routinely administered in the United Kingdom (UK) including measles, mumps and rubella (MMR).

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  • Pilgrims should ensure they are up to date with their routine immunisations. 

  • Ensure you have seen a healthcare provider at least 4-6 weeks prior to travelling for advice on:

    • Vaccination advice

    • Malaria chemoprophylaxis 

    • Food and water precautions

    • Insect bite risks

    • Prevention of heat exhaustion and injury

  • Individuals with existing medical conditions should consult their physician to assess the appropriateness of travel

  • Women who desire to postpone menstruation to avoid coinciding with the Hajj pilgrimage should have a prior discussion with their healthcare provider well ahead of travel.

  • Pilgrims should proactively identify healthcare facilities within the country and ensure they have sufficient health insurance coverage in the event of illness

  • Pilgrims are advised to pack a basic medical kit as part of their travel essentials which contain items to address common ailments like minor cuts, headaches, and travel-related diarrhoea.

Book your vaccination today

Reach out to our clinics directly to schedule your vaccination appointment. Our healthcare professionals will guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have. 

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