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Due to the presence of such a mass gathering from all over the world to perform the Hajj rituals in the Holy Land, the possibility of infection and transmission of infectious diseases among pilgrims increases, so the pilgrim must follow all precautionary measures by adhering to the following.

1. Familiarize yourself with your designated Hajj campaign doctor and ensure they are aware of any medical conditions you may have.
2. Consume nutritious meals that are properly cooked, avoiding excessive eating.
3. Carry a medical card or wear a wristband detailing your medical history, including your name, age, nationality, existing illnesses, place of residence, and emergency contact information.
4. Minimize the risk of foodborne illnesses by opting for food from reputable sources (avoid street vendors), refraining from food storage, and avoiding sharing meals with others.
5. Protect yourself from sun exposure by using sunscreen, seeking shade, and utilizing an umbrella.

6. Maintain adequate hydration by drinking plenty of water.
7. Ensure hygienic shaving practices by visiting a licensed barber and using personal shaving tools.
8. Adhere to prescribed medications, and if you have diabetes, monitor your blood sugar levels regularly.
9. Uphold personal hygiene standards by showering regularly, trimming your nails, and brushing your teeth.
10. Seek medical assistance promptly by visiting the nearest health center whenever necessary.

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