The travel ban on foreigners to Kuwait has been extended indefinitely again


Kuwait City: The ban on foreign travelers to Kuwait has been extended indefinitely. Kuwaiti government spokesman Tariq al-Musram said the travel ban on foreigners would remain in place.

Following the same. Thousands of foreigners stranded in Dubai and other countries were stranded on their way to Kuwait.

The cabinet also decided to impose a partial curfew from 5 pm to 5 am on Sunday as part of the fight against the spread of Kovid in the country.

And not to enter restaurants. Only delivery orders or car-driven drive-through service will be allowed.

Taxis can now carry only two passengers. Parks will be closed, but curfew delivery service will be allowed for restaurants, cooperatives and pharmacies.

Meanwhile, government spokesman Tariq Mesram said they would allow people to enter mosques 15 minutes before prayers during the curfew.

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