Kuwait halts entry of non-citizens for two weeks over coronavirus fears

Kuwait halts entry of non-citizens for two weeks over coronavirus fears
Kuwait halts entry of non-citizens for two weeks over coronavirus fears

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KUWAIT CITY — Following Saudi Arabia’s lead, Kuwait has also suspended the entry of non-citizens into the country for two weeks over fears of new coronavirus strains.

The move, which will be effective from Sunday (Feb. 7), is part of new measures taken by the Kuwaiti Cabinet in an extraordinary session on Wednesday to stem the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

Speaking to reporters after the Cabinet meeting, Tariq Al-Muzram, head of the Government Communication Center and the government's official spokesman, said that the Cabinet ordered the closure of clubs, salons, resorts, and all celebratory activities from Sunday onward.

The Cabinet also decided to close commercial malls and restaurants from 8 p.m. until 5 a.m., with the exception of takeout orders and home deliveries.


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