Dental centers not to raise ‘health fees’ for expats

October 4, 20170 Comments

Specialized dental centers are excluded from the decision to increase health fees for expatriates, reports Al- Rai daily.

Assistant Undersecretary for Dental Affairs at the Health Ministry Dr Yousif Al-Dowairi has instructed the heads of specialized dental centers to continue collecting KD 2 (the old fee) from expatriates registered under the health insurance every time they visit the centers.

Meanwhile, the Environment Public Authority (EPA) has unveiled its plan to grant judicial arrest authority to the staff of Kuwait Municipality following the formation of joint teams which will be tasked to uncover violations in Spring camping sites, reports Al-Rai daily.

Director-General of the Municipality Eng Ahmad Al- Manfouhi warned that anyone who sets up Spring camps without obtaining approval and license from the Municipality shall be fined KD 5,000.

Assistant Undersecretary for Commercial Monitoring and Consumer Protection at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry Eid Al-Rashidi disclosed that emergency teams in the first half of 2017 issued 369 violations related to commercial fraud, most of which involved falsification of the country of origin of products, reports Al-Jarida daily.

Source : Arabtimes

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