Field inspection teams affiliated with the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM), in cooperation with the Kuwaiti Ministry of Trade and Industry assigned by the Cabinet, continued their work on Wednesday. The commission’s director general, Iman Al-Ansari, told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) on the sidelines of the inspection tour that the PAM has the status of a judicial police force, and in cooperation with the relevant authorities, it conducts inspection tours to limit the spread of the pandemic in light of the state’s effort to deal with the increase in the number of infected.
Al-Ansari confirmed that the assigned government teams, with the help of teams from the Ministry of Interior and the National Guard, are closely monitoring the compliance of all activities and commercial centers with health requirements round the clock, seven days a week. She added that a plan had been prepared for the women’s field team to inspect hotels and wedding halls, which came in implementation of the cabinet decision issued on January 3, and is composed of the relevant authorities. She noted that the Kuwait Hotels Association showed its full cooperation by sending instructions and continuing to emphasize adherence to health requirements for all its employees.
As for the activities that are required to complete the three doses, Al-Ansari said that inspectors were distributed to all governorates to follow up the adherence of salons and health clubs to monitor any violation, explaining that the violation is direct, that is, without prior warning, in implementation of the instructions of the health authorities. She called on all citizens and residents to cooperate and abide by the health requirements issued by the Ministry of Health to attain the least number of cases.