Kuwait allows expatriates who received two doses of the vaccine to return at the beginning of August
The Kuwaiti Cabinet announced that non-Kuwaitis will be allowed to come to the country, provided that they obtain two doses of vaccines approved by the State of Kuwait, starting from the beginning of next August.
The head of the Government Communication Center, the spokesman for the Kuwaiti government, Tariq Al-Muzaram, said in a press conference today, Thursday, that the Kuwaiti government decided not to allow citizens to travel abroad before receiving the two doses of the vaccine, stressing that it will not be allowed to enter restaurants, salons and major complexes for the unvaccinated.
In addition, the Kuwaiti Cabinet assigned the Civil Service Bureau to study the division of work in government agencies that provide services to auditors into two shifts (morning and evening).
Kuwait had prevented the entry of expatriates to the country since last February due to Corona
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