The Kuwaiti government reviews the decision to prevent the list of 32 banned countries on a weekly basis, and today the decision to prevent them or increase them is resolved.
There is a tendency to remove a number of countries from the list from the 32 countries banned from entering Kuwait.
Based on the health conditions, it is possible to remove a number of countries from the list, as Kuwaiti Minister of Health Dr. Basil Al-Sabah will present a detailed health report on the latest developments related to the Corona epidemic.
The countries that will be removed from the list are subject to a careful health assessment before they are allowed to open their skies, and it will take place within the framework of the first phase of the plan to operate commercial flights that began on 1 August.
In the context of the first phase, official statistics showed that last August saw the departure of 632 flights carrying 76,237 passengers, and the arrival of 541 flights with 28,205 passengers on board.
In the first 8 days of September, the number of departing flights reached 167, with 14,295 passengers on board, while the number of flights that arrived 168 with 9,808 passengers on board.