Reducing the quarantine period to enter Kuwait
 Reducing the quarantine period to enter Kuwait

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federation of Tourism and Travel Offices, Muhammad Al-Mutairi, said that until now, the health authorities have not taken any decisions to support the tourism and travel sector, especially after the news that the quarantine period was reduced from two weeks to a week. ...

 

 He explained that in the event that the decision is implemented, it must be applied to all groups that will enter Kuwait and not to a specific group such as doctors, for example only, especially as it is the group that is usually in the first rows to fight the virus, and that is in implementation of the principle of equality in dealing, so the decision must be implemented on all Categories.
 
Al-Mutairi added that this decision may encourage some of the various groups who wish to return to Kuwait, especially businessmen, to come again to Kuwait, which will revive the tourism and travel sector a little in Kuwait after a series of crises that it has been suffering from since last March and the paralysis it has suffered and the unstoppable losses. Our present time.
 
When asked about the offices that have closed in Kuwait due to the current crisis and the number of employees who have left their jobs, Al-Mutairi confirmed that until now it is not clear the true number of offices that closed and the employees who left their jobs because this will become clear after the end of the current crisis as there are a large number of offices decided to close until a time The end of the crisis, the reopening, after life returned to normal again and the airport was fully reopened. Therefore, the total number of offices that have closed since the time of the crisis to the present time cannot be confirmed.

Al-Mutairi calls for equality in reducing the period of quarantine to enter Kuwait

 Reducing the quarantine period to enter Kuwait


The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federation of Tourism and Travel Offices, Muhammad Al-Mutairi, said that until now, the health authorities have not taken any decisions to support the tourism and travel sector, especially after the news that the quarantine period was reduced from two weeks to a week.

 He explained that in the event that the decision is implemented, it must be applied to all groups that will enter Kuwait and not to a specific group such as doctors, for example only, especially as it is the group that is usually in the first rows to fight the virus, and that is in implementation of the principle of equality in dealing, so the decision must be implemented on all Categories.
 
Al-Mutairi added that this decision may encourage some of the various groups who wish to return to Kuwait, especially businessmen, to come again to Kuwait, which will revive the tourism and travel sector a little in Kuwait after a series of crises that it has been suffering from since last March and the paralysis it has suffered and the unstoppable losses. Our present time.
 
When asked about the offices that have closed in Kuwait due to the current crisis and the number of employees who have left their jobs, Al-Mutairi confirmed that until now it is not clear the true number of offices that closed and the employees who left their jobs because this will become clear after the end of the current crisis as there are a large number of offices decided to close until a time The end of the crisis, the reopening, after life returned to normal again and the airport was fully reopened. Therefore, the total number of offices that have closed since the time of the crisis to the present time cannot be confirmed.