Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, head of the Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophets’s Mosque has received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday 21st March 2021 at King Abdullah Medical City (KAMC) in Makkah.
Al-Sudais, after taking the COVID vaccine, commended the efforts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in providing the vaccines and to be one of the earliest countries in seeking to provide and give the vaccine to all of their citizens and residents without charge.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman (may Allah bless them) are keen to apply precautionary measures and to use all human and financial resources for the safety of all since the start of the pandemic which led (by Allah success and aid) to make the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia one the least affected countries by the economic and social consequences of the global coronavirus.
Al-Sudais also commended the high professionalism of the health staff in KAMC in which the procedures for receiving the vaccine were easily carried out in a short period. He noted the good organization, integrated work and full application for precautionary measures.
Al-Sudais highlighted the great efforts of Ministry of Health staff in providing professional medical services at highest levels of quality and are keen to adapt to the aspirations of wise leadership (may Allah bless it).
The wise leadership is aiming to provide vaccines in all Kingdom regions and achieve social immunity through vaccination campaigns, which will allow for the return of normal life faster.
Al-Sudais concluded by beseeching Allah to protect and support our leaders. Make them exalt the Islamic community and make them achieve success in what Allah loves and satisfies Him. May Allah reward them the best reward for their great efforts in preventing the global pandemic and limit its consequences for the society. — SPA