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News ID: 90507
Publish Date : 23 May 2021 - 21:56
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DUBAI (Dispatches) – Kuwait has eased quarantine restrictions for travelers who took the coronavirus vaccine or recovered from it, state news agency KUNA reported.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said the latest decision applies to travelers who have taken their first dose two weeks before their arrival in Kuwait, or those whose recovery did not exceed 90 days.
The aviation authority added that passengers must present a negative PCR test result that is valid for at least 72 hours prior to their flight time. They should also purchase one PCR test before boarding the plane. Restaurants and cafes in Kuwait started on Sunday to receive dine-in customers after months of closure over COVID-19 concerns.
Meanwhile, citizens expressed their joy about the government decision to allow dine-in cafes and restaurants from Sunday.
After the government banned dine-in venues because of the spread of COVID-19, many restaurants launched drive-in service that provided food for customers in their cars, in an attempt to keep business going and have some profits.
%MCEPASTEBIN%DUBAI (Dispatches) – Kuwait has eased quarantine restrictions for travelers who took the coronavirus vaccine or recovered from it, state news agency KUNA reported.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said the latest decision applies to travelers who have taken their first dose two weeks before their arrival in Kuwait, or those whose recovery did not exceed 90 days.
The aviation authority added that passengers must present a negative PCR test result that is valid for at least 72 hours prior to their flight time. They should also purchase one PCR test before boarding the plane. Restaurants and cafes in Kuwait started on Sunday to receive dine-in customers after months of closure over COVID-19 concerns.
Meanwhile, citizens expressed their joy about the government decision to allow dine-in cafes and restaurants from Sunday.
After the government banned dine-in venues because of the spread of COVID-19, many restaurants launched drive-in service that provided food for customers in their cars, in an attempt to keep business going and have some profits.

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