India\u2019s passport and visa application centers in various locations in\u00a0Saudi Arabia\u00a0will resume passport services starting from June 3, while applying strict\u00a0coronavirus precautionary measures.\r\nThe Indian consular services offered in Riyadh and Jeddah centers had been suspended since March 13 as part of the Kingdom's measures to contain the spread of COVID-19.\r\n\r\n\r\nHowever, after\u00a0Saudi Arabia shortened curfew and eased coronavirus restrictions, a few centers will resume operations.\r\n\u201cPriority in appointments will be given to those whose passports have already expired or are due to expire soon and who need to travel or renew iqamas (residency visa),\u201d the Embassy of India in Riyadh said in an advisory on Thursday.\r\n\u201cOnly those who genuinely need to have their passports reissued should seek appointment. Please understand that every request for appointment cannot be accommodated immediately under the given circumstance,\u201d it added.\r\nThe centers will operate between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. in a staggered manner. Here are the days operation:\r\nRiyadh, Um al-Hammam: June 3 onwards.\r\nRiyadh, Batha: June 3-15.\r\nAl-Khobar: June 3-15.\r\nDammam: June 7 onwards.\r\nJubail: June 7 onwards.\r\nBuraidah: June 7 onwards.\r\nHail: June 7 onwards.\r\n\r\n\r\nThe centers set strict coronavirus precautionary measures to avoid crowding and maintain social distancing, including:\r\nPrior appointment for submission of application for passport-related or attestation services is mandatory. Applicants without a confirmed appointment will not be allowed.\r\nPeople can make an appointment by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (920006139).\r\nOnly the applicant with a confirmed appointment will be allowed to enter at the center at the assigned time.\r\nAll applicants must wear a face mask to enter the center. No applicant without a mask will be allowed to enter.\r\nTemperature of each applicant will be checked before entry.