Kuwait: Citizens are banned from traveling abroad, except for those who received the Corona vaccine
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Information announced in a statement today, Monday, that citizens who have not received a vaccine for the Coronavirus will not be able to travel abroad from May 22 this year … and the ban does not include those in the age group not eligible to receive anti-virus vaccines. The statement stated that the previous directive prohibiting the entry of non-Kuwaitis into the Gulf state is still in effect.
Yesterday, Sunday, Kuwait recorded 1,316 new cases of coronavirus, and 9 deaths.
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Health stated that the total number of injuries reached 276586 and 1578 deaths, while the total number of people recovered reached 26,0008 cases, after 1,409 recoveries were recorded.
And Saturday, the head of the Kuwaiti Supreme Advisory Committee for the Coronavirus Pandemic, Dr. Khaled Al-Jarallah, confirmed that the total curfew is excluded, and partial to its breakthrough according to the epidemiological situation.
Al-Jarallah stressed the need to “regulate vaccination doses to increase the frequency of community immunization.”
And that «there is a scarcity in the supply of the vaccine globally as is known, and the state is diligent in securing effective vaccines for all, including groups that may include in the future (under 16 years old) and booster doses if needed».
Al-Jarallah pointed to a decrease in the positive epidemiological surveillance surveys, indicating that infection is higher in investment housing areas.