Kuwait considers exempting vaccinated passengers from quarantine

SourceGulf Insider
SectorTourism
CountryKuwait

The Ministry of Health (MoH) is considering an exemption from mandatory quarantine for those travelers who have been vaccinated, Al-Rai daily reported.Those people who are vaccinated would be exempted from the mandatory quarantine period even if they had returned from abroad or they were in contact with a Coronavirus positive case.Informed sources revealed to the daily that the application of such a measure is likely to coincide with achieving an appropriate rate of vaccination for the target group, which is expected to be reached by next April in light of the efforts made to expand the group of vaccine recipients.The sources emphasized that with the acceleration of the pace of vaccination and the continued availability of vaccines, Kuwait would not consider a curfew in the future.Comments Read Next52 mins agoSpain extends ban on arrivals from UK, Brazil, South Africa2 hours agoUAE school admission age revised2 hours agoSaudi records 335 new coronavirus cases; 4 deaths3 hours agoSaudi temporarily closes...read more...