Kuwait Government urges people to stay indoors
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Information called on all citizens and residents to remain at home and avoid unessential trips due to the spread of coronavirus in the country.
The government also asked people to stay away from gatherings and crowded places and stick to relevant official instructions and guidelines.
Kuwait announced total count of confirmed virus patients has reached up to 112, patients under treatment are 103, patients critical 4, recovered patients 9 and 534 quarantined.
This precautionary measures taken by the Kuwaiti government in order to put the novel coronavirus situation under control.
Meanwhile Ministry of Interior denied the rumors spreading on social media about fixed time for going out. There are many fake news circulating on social media about fixed time for going out, which is not true, MoI informed.
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