No ban on the quarantined from traveling
No ban on the quarantined from traveling

A responsible source at Kuwait International Airport put the points above the letters with regard to the travel of citizens and residents confined to their homes after their return from abroad, confirming that they "have the right to travel again during the 14-day confinement period."

 

The source confirmed that the airport authorities do not mind the travel of any person who wishes to travel, during the home quarantine period, as long as he does not show any signs of infection with the emerging corona virus. The source indicated that the health authorities ’decision stipulates that those coming to the country sign a commitment to home or institutional quarantine for a period of 14 days. They are required to bring a PCR certificate proving that it is free from infection with the emerging corona virus.

The source stated that the devices operating at the airport are keen to implement health requirements by conducting thermal checks for everyone who enters the airport buildings and wearing masks and gloves, stressing that it is not allowed to enter the airport for those whose temperature exceeds 37.5 degrees. On the possibility of entering domestic workers into the country, the source stated that those who have valid residency from them and those coming from the 34 banned countries are entitled to enter the country, but after spending 14 days in a non-prohibited country.
The source reiterated that "there is no change so far in the list of countries prohibited from entering the country, and no developments have been received by the health authorities about that."