COVID-19: Kuwait records 608 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours
Kuwait on Tuesday, confirmed 608 new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in 24 hours, taking to 22,000 its infection tally, the Health Ministry said.
The Health Ministry also reported 7 more deaths from COVID-19, taking to 172 the total such fatalities in Kuwait.
200 Indians, 146 Kuwaitis, 78 Egyptians, and 38 Bangladeshi were infected coronavirus COVID-19.
Kuwait Ministry of Interior stated that on 25th May arrested 24 people who violated the curfew law. From these all were Kuwaiti citizens.
#Kuwait Ministry of Health announced today, Tuesday, that 685 cases recovered from of those infected with coronavirus (Covid 19), bringing the number of cases that recovered 7306 cases.
Indian residence violators departed today via Jazeera Airways to Kochi in Kerala, India. The residence violators took advantage of amnesty laid by Kuwait Government to return back home without paying fines and free ticket to India,
Tax on Expats remittances returned to the limelight again as Kuwaiti ministers called the parliamentary committee to include this in the agenda.
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior, Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Anas Al-Saleh decided today not to extend the total curfew when it expires on May 30, there will be no extension of the full lockdown.
The Civil Service Commission, in the meantime, announced special financial increments to frontline workers in the health and interior ministries, especially those who are infected with the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Kuwaiti authorities enforced the full curfew from May 10 to 30 as part of precautionary measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the country following a rise in the daily reported infections.
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Kuwait said that there will be a gradual opening keeping in view of precautionary measures after the period of a total lockdown.