covid vaccine for expat kuwait: kovid vaccine for expats in kuwait from June; Residence documents of non-recipients will not be renewed – covid vaccine for expatriates in kuwait from june

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  • Police and the National Guard have been deployed as part of a tight enforcement of the night curfew.
  • The government has decided not to renew the residence records of those who have not been vaccinated.

Kuwait will provide the Kovid vaccine to expatriates in Kuwait from June. The plan is to vaccinate everyone within 3 months. The government has decided not to renew the residence records of those who have not been vaccinated.

The Kuwaiti Interior Ministry has warned locals and expatriates to be vigilant in the face of climate change. Covid cases are on the rise in Kuwait. Authorities are preparing to impose curfews in this case. But with the introduction of the night curfew, Kovid cases are down. The government plans to reduce the curfew from 12 hours to 10 or 9 hours.

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The curfew starts at 5 p.m. But there are also suggestions that it should start at 7 or 8 at night. The municipality has decided to close public toilets. This measure is to prevent the spread of Kovid. Police and the National Guard have been deployed as part of a tight enforcement of the night curfew. People can walk to church during the curfew. Going to pharmacies and medical shops is not forbidden.

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