CAIRO, July 27 (Reuters) – Kuwait said on Tuesday that only citizens vaccinated against the coronavirus will be allowed to travel abroad from August 1.
A government statement said the rule excluded children under the age of 16, those who had a certificate from the Department of Health stating that they could not be vaccinated, and pregnant women who had a pregnancy certificate issued by them. authorities.
Also on Tuesday, the Civil Aviation Authority said all arrivals to Kuwait must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test before boarding their flights and must not show any symptoms.
All arrivals will need to be quarantined at home for seven days, unless they take a COVID-19 PCR test inside Kuwait which turns out negative.
The Kuwaiti government eased some coronavirus-related restrictions on Monday and resumed all activities except gatherings which include conferences, weddings and social events. (nL8N2P25M0)
Reportage of Allaa Swilam and Nayera Abdallah; parcrit par Alaa Swilam; Montage by Grant McCool
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