Guide touch screens installed in the sacred mosque have been shut down
Riyadh: All guide touch screen headsets installed at the sacred mosque in Mecca have been shut down periodically due to the spread of the Corona virus.
According to the Saudi website, all touch screens installed in the sacred mosque in Mecca have been shut down periodically, taking this precautionary measure to prevent the virus.
These guide screens are installed for guide and information in the sacred mosque, for entry and guidance at various locations.
The General Presidency Authority of the sacred Mosque and Mosque-Nabawi affairs in the two holy cities of Saudi Arabia have said that the steps have been taken to protect the health of visitors to both mosques.
According to the director of the department, Ali bin Hameed Al-Nafaee, the precautionary measures have been taken to limit the deadly virus and to keep a peaceful environment for visitors.
He added that the instructions and information appearing on some installed screens will be controlled remotely.
The general presidency of both mosques has also temporarily suspended the identification process for the workers through fingerprints.