Kuwait considering complete lockdown in the last 10 days of Ramadan

Kuwait City, April 3: Regarding the partial ban in the month of Ramadan will turn into a total ban in the last ten days, a high-level government official confirmed that the Health Conditions Committee was placed on the cabinet table, proposing to implement the total ban in the last ten days.

After Eid al-Fitr, in the event that the number of deaths and infections with the Coronavirus continues to increase and the number of admissions to intensive care increases.

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The source revealed to Al-Qabas local Arabic Newspaper, that the partial ban continues until April 22, corresponding to the tenth of Ramadan, after which it will be subject to study according to the developments of the epidemiological curve in the country, and the latest numbers of infections, deaths and cases of entering the intensive care wards of Corona patients.

The source added that if the epidemiological situation continues as it is now, without a gradual decrease in cases, then it is likely that the partial ban will be extended after the 22nd of this month, and the cases have increased, the choice will be a total ban in the last ten days of Ramadan, until Eid al-Fitr.

The source concluded by stressing that everyone must adhere to health requirements, to spare the country from going back and not returning to normal life due to gatherings and lack of commitment.

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Source Al-Qabas

Adil Khan

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