According to a circular issued by the Kuwaiti civil aviation department on the 20th local time, the government will resume allowing foreign passengers to enter Kuwait from the 21st.
In the circular, the civil aviation department stressed that this decision was made by the civil aviation department in coordination with the health department in accordance with the current pandemic situation.
Except in exceptional circumstances, all passengers must be subject to mandatory quarantine after entering Kuwait, and passengers arriving in Kuwait from high-risk countries must be quarantined at local hotels for 14 days.
Passengers from other countries are required to be quarantined for seven days in local hotels and then for seven days.
Previously, the Kuwaiti government issued a circular on February 3 stipulating that foreigners from entering Kuwait except for the immediate family members of its nationals and their accompanying domestic workers and workers, and requiring all people entering Kuwait to register on the online platform stipulated by the government.
The pandemic situation in Kuwait shows obvious signs of rebound after entering 2021.
The latest statistics released by the Ministry of Health on the evening of the 19th show that the number of new confirmed cases in the territory of the territory of Kuwait is 976, and the average number of new confirmed cases in the last seven days is basically the same as the first peak of the pandemic in May 2020.