Partial curfew to end on the first day of Eid in Kuwait
The Council of Ministers, in its weekly meeting Monday, decided to end the partial curfew in the country from the first day of the Eid al-Fitr. However, all the commercial activities will be closed from 8:00 pm till the next day morning at 5:00 am. This excludes restaurants, cafes, maintenance services, pharmacies, food marketing outlets, parallel markets, and medical supplies.
Government spokesman Tariq Al-Muzrim He added that the Council of Ministers decided to open cinemas and theaters and allow the entry of those who are vaccinated. Restaurants will not be allowed to serve customers inside.
The Cabinet also decided to stop direct commercial flights with Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. The entry of people from these four countries are also banned unless they resided outside those countries for at least 14 days. The number of employees in the public and private workplaces will be limited to a maximum of 60%.