Going out for walking during times of partial curfew is forbidden

Kuwait City, March 11: The partial ban did not prevent some citizens from going out at night inside residential areas to walk and use bicycles, taking advantage of the spring atmosphere to catch breaths away from the walls of homes.

Al-Qabas observed dozens of citizens in many areas when they went out to the walkways in the evening, and some preferred to run around homes with children, while it was noticed that entire families left in some paths.

Citizens told Al-Qabas: “Corona has narrowed the character, and throughout the day we cannot catch our breath because of being busy at work and leaving late from the whirlpools, which makes us have to rest for some time in the evening.”


Through “Al-Qabas,” citizens called on the Council of Ministers to allow two hours of walking at night during the month of the ban, similar to what it did in the previous ban.

In addition, a security official told Al-Qabas: The Ministry of Interior is committed to implementing the cabinet’s decision to the fullest, and there are no exceptions except in the context of granting non-exposure permits through the Ministry of Interior’s “Barcode”, according to the categories allowed to leave homes.

The source pointed out that walking inside residential areas or using bicycles and other things is not permitted, indicating that it is only allowed to go out from homes to perform prayers, in nearby mosques, after which worshipers return to their homes.


The source pointed out that the force distributed over the regions to secure the ban cannot cover every frig and every street, but the security points cover the main streets and departments to check permits and arrest violators.

Adil Khan

Adil Khan writes about Kuwait National News for Mykuwaits, out of Kuwait. Adil Khan is a senior reporter for Mykuwaits.com and has frequently written about the latest developments in the State of Kuwait. Adil Khan is available on Facebook at the below link, Please send in your leads and tips.
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