cerebrospinal Meningitis vaccine. Pilgrims, therefore, must
get themselves inoculated against Meningitis and obtain
vaccination certificate on the Health and Training (HAT)
Card before proceeding for the Embarkation Point. The
certificate should be signed by District Health Officer.
Incomplete and bogus certificates shall not be entertained.
Arrangements are made every year at the Hajj House for
inoculation and issue of the certificate to individual Pilgrims
after getting them examined by the Medical Officer.
Similarly, the State/UT Hajj Committee and District
Administration make such arrangements for inoculation of
the Pilgrims in their respective State/UTs throughout the
XXIX. Oral Polio
It is mandatory to give Oral Polio Vaccine to all pilgrims six
weeks before start of the Hajj journey and obtain the Oral
Polio Vaccine certificate from the concerned health
authorities on the Health and Training (HAT) Card. They will
be given another dose of Oral Polio Vaccine at the time of
their disembarkation in the Kingdom.
Embarkation Point is decided on the basis of present
residential address given in the Hajj Application Form and
not on the address mentioned in the passport. The Pilgrims
are compulsorily required to travel from their natural zone-
wise Embarkation Points as given below. No change of
Embarkation Point is permitted. Embarkation Point will also
be the Disembarkation point for the return journey.
1.Ahmedabad, 2.Aurangabad, 3.Bangaluru, 4.Bhopal,
5.Calicut, 6.Chennai, 7.Gaya, 8.Guwahati, 9.Goa,
10.Hyderabad, 11.Indore, 12.Jaipur, 13.Kolkata,
14.Lucknow, 15.Mangalore, 16.Mumbai, 17.Nagpur,
18.New Delhi, 19.Ranchi, 20.Srinagar, 21.Varanasi.