HAJJ & UMRAH SAFE CORRIDOR INITIATIVE
The WHUC Foundation working alongside Saudi Arabian and International partners to develop critical safety protocols to shield pilgrims from the affects of COVID 19
The initiative has been reviewed by King Abdul Aziz University for Science and Technology as well as leading technology consultancy firm Accenture from Dubai and is currently under trial phase, with piloting and simulation of the model currently being tested.
The Hajj and Umrah Safe Corridor Initiative is classed as pioneering endeavor that has harnessed the collective will of the Hajj and Umrah Industry and its affiliation, to bring the Hajj and Umrah travel sector back to near normalcy.
The Hajj Under Pandemic Conditions report developed in 2020, has provided detailed insights and have lent its findings to produce a series of solutions to help mitigate health risk factors.
The measure being introduced will aid the rejuvenation process of international travel and safe ferrying to Saudi Arabia and back.
Establishing The Necessary Protocols For Safe Pilgrim Travel
The special project commenced development on the 14th of December 2020. The team has held in excess of 250 meetings with professional and industry stakeholders, identifying the solutions, challenges and the cultural practices that can either support the development or hinder progress.
- Developed enhanced safety protocols within Isolation Hotels
- Introduced pathogen safe drivers to safely transport pilgrims
- Working with airport authorities for secure holding and testing
- WHUC Foundation is working alongside medical facilities across 50+ countries to test and inoculate pilgrims
- Specialised management of the process has been trained to oversee the project implmentation
- Latest vigilance technology is being tested for its effectiveness
Creating the Bio-Bubble
The creation of the Bio-Bubble is a patented process developed by the WHUC Foundation and Hajj People Offices in Jeddah, Jakarta, Dubai, London, Islamabad and Abuja.
Detailed Information is available for parties interested in exploring cooperation or collaboration on the pioneering initiative
Developing the Vigilance Technology
The solutions sought in solving the adverse COVID 19 effects on the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimage, is solving the issue of breached confidence.
The technology being introduced by the WHUC Foundation and partners, bridges and repairs the breached confidence addressing the concerns of each stakeholder, at organiser, institution, organisatinal and regulatory levels.