More than 1,500 holy shrine servants are on their way to Iraq to serve during the days of Arba’een ceremony in medical, transportation, grooming, accommodation, reception and cultural service teams from Astan Quds Razavi, Razavi Hospital, Red Crescent Society, Mashhad Municipality and Mashhad Seminary School.
Razavi Hospital launched a field hospital with four bus operating rooms and 64 medical staff in the accommodation facility coded 320 on Najaf- Karbala Road.
Basij servants from AQR serve the marching pilgrims in the cities of Karbala, Kadhimiya and Samarra.
Mashhad's mourning groups also serve Imam Hussein's pilgrims in 87 accommodation tents or mawakib on the Iran-Iraq border, as well as in Najaf, Karbala, Kadhimiya and Samarra.
The Red Crescent Society of Mashhad has also set up two clinics in accommodation facility coded 1092 and a hotel in Najaf with 172 personnel.
The Municipality of Mashhad has become responsible for the cleanup and garbage collection of Najaf round-the-clock by sending 800 people with 16 garbage collectors and 100 buses for free transport of the pilgrims.
Mashhad Seminary School also announced that 200 clerics had been sent to Iraq for preaching religious affairs in 90 mawakib.