Kuwait: After nearly three years of COVID-19 restrictions, Kuwaiti Cabinet on Wednesday announced to revoke all COVID-19 restrictions, starting from Sunday, May 1, the Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) reported.
The announcement came in light of the continued improvement of all indicators of the epidemiological situation in Kuwait, and the high levels of immunization that provide community immunity.
According to a statement issued by the Government Communications Office in Kuwait, the Cabinet decided, to cancel all previously issued decisions related to COVID-19 restrictions.
On March 11, the Kuwaiti Ministry of Health decided to stop publishing the daily announcement of new infections and deaths of the COVID-19 on the official accounts of the ministry on social media.
At the time, that the decision came “in light of the improvement in indicators for assessing the epidemiological situation in the country.”
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