Kuwait City, March 15: A recent circular issued by the General Administration of Civil Aviation revealed that the laboratories of 15 countries have been linked with the “MUNA” system, which is specialized in auditing laboratories outside Kuwait and ensuring the reliability of the PCR certificates issued by them to ensure that there is no tampering and forgery.
According to the circular issued by the Deputy Director-General for Kuwait International Airport Affairs in the General Administration of Civil Aviation, Saleh Al-Fadaghi, which stated, “In view of the global epidemiological situation of the emerging corona virus, and within the procedures for dealing with the Corona pandemic, the health authorities in Kuwait have adopted the“ MUNA ”system for auditing.
Laboratories outside Kuwait must ensure the reliability of the issued certificates collapsed and link them to a program to ensure that test certificates are not tampered with or forged, as 15 countries have been accredited as a first stage.
The list of the first countries included the following: India, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, the Emirates, Turkey, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, the United Kingdom, France, America.
The circular stated that this system will be implemented and external laboratories will be linked according to a programmed time plan for all countries.