- The Director-General of Nass confirmed that there have been no positive cases of workers coming to Kuwait so far.
General Manager of National Aviation Services (NAS) Mansour Al-Khuzayem, said in a special statement to the local news that Indian Airlines has been working with Kuwait Airways and Jazeera Airways to return domestic workers through the application of the “safety” platform since the seventh of January.
Al-Khuhaim revealed that there are preliminary approvals between Sri Lankan Airlines and the General Administration of Civil Aviation in Kuwait to re-operate again to bring in Ceylon labor.
He expected that SriLankan Airlines will soon operate along with three other companies, thus becoming the total number of airlines operating through the “Balsama” platform 4 Companies.
Al-Khuzaim added that the tourism companies participating in the “safety” platform from Kuwait exceeded 200 travel and tourism offices in addition to its branches, as no travel and tourism company outside Kuwait is allowed to participate in the platform, and the prices on the platform are specific to everyone and include booking tickets and making 3 “PCR” and 3 checks.
Daily meals, in addition to security and medical services and laundry, indicating that there are no positive cases (infected with Coronavirus) so far from all trips that have reached the country through the “safety” platform, stressing that the platform is a national project that aims to serve the Kuwaiti citizen in the return His workers stuck abroad.
Source: Al-Anba Local arabic Paper