We are studying to exempt recipients of the corona vaccine from institutional quarantine

Kuwait City, March 7: Assistant to Public Health Affairs, Drs. Butaina al-Mudaf announced that technical committees in the ministry were currently studying an exemption from receiving the new coronavirus (Kovid-19) vaccine from institutional quarantine periods returning from travelers. Being satisfied with quarantine abroad and home.

Al-Mudaf told the Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) on Saturday, today, that it falls within the scope of the ministry’s plan of action with the development of the coronavirus based on scientific foundations.

He informed that technical committees are studying the subject according to an exact methodology based on the latest results from scientific studies and recommendations from international health organizations, noting that the relevant committees will prepare their report once they have studied the subject. Approval and soon entry.


In a related context, al-Mudaf announced that the ministry had completed the vaccination of all people registered to receive anti-coronavirus vaccines from citizens and residents 65 years of age and older, with continued increases in vaccination rates.

This indicates that the registration rate for the coronavirus to receive the vaccine was only 17.4% for those who were eligible to receive it, calling on citizens and residents who were eligible to receive the vaccine via the official website designated for it Used to trigger registration with.

Source: Al-Jarida


Adil Khan

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