Kuwait extends partial lockdown until April 22
The Kuwaiti council of ministers yesterday decided to extend the partial nightly curfew for another two weeks, ending April 22. However, they reduced it by one hour, the government spokesman said yesterday.
Tareq Al-Mazrem said starting from April 8, curfew will start at 7 pm and end at 5 am. This will apply during the holy month of Ramadan, expected to start on April 13.
During Ramadan, the cabinet allowed delivery services from restaurants, cafes and catering to operate between 7 pm until 3 am.
Outdoor exercise will be allowed from 7-10 pm. Shopping is also allowed between 7 pm and midnight, but through pre-booking.