Many Restrictions Are Lifted; Non-vaccinated Are Allowed Into Malls
In a series of announcements today, Kuwait's cabinet outlined its measures to combat the Covid pandemic. The country is capable of dealing with the new wave, according to the Prime Minister, Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled.
Regular prayers will be held at mosques again, according to the Prime Minister. Kuwait allows all non-vaccinated individuals to travel provided they meet the PCR requirements upon arrival.
Non-vaccinated people are welcome at all commercial complexes.
A PCR test is not required for students returning to school unless they are ill.
Every government office will be working at 100% capacity starting on Sunday, March 13th.
The public transportation system will function at full capacity as well.