PCR test certificate mandatory for all passengers arriving in Kuwait

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Kuwait has announced that it will not allow the entry of any passenger into the country without an approved PCR examination certificate proving that they are COVID-19 negative.

Government Communication Center head Tariq Al-Muzrim confirmed that all passengers coming to Kuwait are subject to the required health requirements, Arab Times reported.

“The government will not tolerate the implementation of ministerial decisions and will not allow the entry of any passenger without implementation of health requirements and without any exception.

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“The passengers arriving to Kuwait must present an approved PCR examination certificate proving that they are negative from coronavirus, as well as conducting random swabs at Kuwait Airport for arrivals of various nationalities,” he told KUNA.

“Also home quarantine for all arrivals for a period of 14 days is a must, taking into account the conditions related to foreign passengers coming to Kuwait from the list of prohibited countries.”

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