Incoming expats should carry PCR test certificate
PCR certificates for expatriates returning to the country should be conducted in the approved centres determined by the health authorities in their countries, Al Rai Arabic newspaper reported quoting the Ministry of Health sources.
The PCR examination for those wishing to enter Kuwait, once the airport is open from next month should be conducted in the approved centres determined by the health authorities in their countries, daily reported.
The Supreme Permanent Committee for the Application of Health Regulations, in coordination with the ministries of Health, Interior and Foreign Affairs, intends to require expatriates who will return to the country upon resumption of commercial flights to pay for the compulsory institutional quarantine.
According to the source, the sponsor or company will shoulder the quarantine fees in case the concerned expatriate refuses to pay.
One of the requirements for arrivals is to make sure the accuracy of the results of this examination by conducting a random examination of 10 percent of the passengers on each trip, daily added quoting sources.