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First-aid kit

  • Sticky tape
  • Plasters in a variety of different sizes and shapes
  • Tweezers and Scissors Disposable sterile gloves
  • Distilled water for cleaning wounds
  • Cotton balls and swabs
  • Eye wash and eye bath


  • Antipyretic.
  • Pain reliever.
  • Cough medicine.
  • Powder for skin abrasion.
  • Mosquito repellent and ointments to reduce mosquito bites.
  • Burn, wound and allergic ointments.
  • Laxatives in case of constipation.
  • Antacid.
  • Medications for some chronic diseases, if present, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, and heart disease, medications.

Necessary devices

  • A thermos to store the medicines that need to be kept in an ice pack such as insulin.
  • A glucose meter.
  • Pressure measuring device.

Health cards

  • If you suffer from any disease, carry a medical card or a wrist band with details such as your name, age, nationality, nature of your disease, type of treatment, place of residence and contact numbers.
  • Vaccination card
  • A card containing the names of the medicines you use and the dosage.

Personal bag

  • The pilgrim must ensure that his personal bag contains the following:
  • Personal care items such as (soap, towels, toothbrushes, hair cut machine and nail cutter).
  • Umbrella.
  • Loose, appropriate clothing. Sunscreen.
  • Enough masks and hand sanitiser.

Hajj mabroor wa sa'ay mashkoor!

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