In addition, a letter was sent to the National Aviation Services company (NAs) from the Director of operation at Kuwait’s Airport, Mansour Al Hashemi, allowing them to permit passengers to carry hand luggage on the plane.
34 banned countries
Then on the seventh day, they will be required to conduct a PCR test.
The source pointed out that among the health requirements is that the passengers prove, prior to arrival, that they have arranged for a seven-day hotel quarantine and show that they have paid for all the expenses from transportation and accommodation to the medical fees (PCR).
It’s been over two months since Kuwait enforced a travel ban on a number of countries the government has deemed as ‘high risk’.
On Tuesday, the Cabinet of Ministers approved the return of domestic workers that are stuck abroad in one of the 34 banned countries.
The travel ban was first announced on August 1, hours after the Kuwait airport resumed commercial travel, and originally included 31 countries. Then in August, Afghanistan was added to the list.
Currently, the travel ban is imposed on 34 countries, after the government added France, Argentina and Yemen to the list, and removed Singapore.