Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

Instruction Manual for Plan for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

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Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

Kuwait cabinet announced on Thursday that the second phase of going back to normalcy would begin on June 30, Tuesday, with curfew hours shortened to 8:00 pm until 5:00 am local-time.

On June 30, government and ministerial entities will allow public and government employees to resume work according to specific decisions made by the cabinet in the overall plan to bring back normal life in the country.

Health Authorities Requirements

Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

All Phase One activities are permitted to continue operating during Phase Two, while adhering to the requirements of health authorities.

Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

General Guidelines for Reopening Workplaces Within Government Agencies and Private Sector (Less Than %30) :

Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

General Guidelines for Reopening Construction and Building Activities :

Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

General Guidelines for Reopening Financial and Banking Activities:

Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

General Guidelines for Reopening Commercial Complexes and Shopping Malls (From 10am to 6pm):

Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

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Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

General Guidelines for Reopening Retail Stores :

Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

General Guidelines for Reopening Restaurants and Cafe Services (Takeaway with No Seating):

Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy
Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

General Guidelines for Reopening Parks, Resorts and Public Spaces:

Kuwait Plans for a Gradual Return to Normalcy

Kuwait cabinet today, Thursday, decided to continue the lockdown in Farwaniya, Jleeb and Mahboulla area. The lifting of the lockdown on these areas will be decided by the health authorities.