No travel for citizens who have been vaccinated for 9 months
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Kuwait City, December 23: The General Administration of Civil Aviation announced that it will not be allowed to travel outside the State of Kuwait for citizens who have been 9 months old since they received the completed dose approved by the State of Kuwait, and considered them not fully immunized, unless they receive the booster dose, as of Sunday, January 2, next.

And she continued in a statement: “No passenger coming to the State of Kuwait is accepted, except after submitting a negative (PCR) examination certificate, proving that he is free of the Corona virus,” adding, “provided that it is valid” 48 hours from the date of the “examination” swab to The time for admission to the flight is from Sunday, December 26.

The statement added: “The home quarantine is applied to those coming to the State of Kuwait for a period of 10 days after arrival, with the possibility of ending the quarantine before that in the event that a PCR examination is performed after at least 72 hours from the time of arrival, which proves that it is free of the Corona virus, as of Sunday. corresponding to December 26th.

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Source Al-Qabas

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