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Expats (non-vaccinated) have higher ICU numbers in Kuwait

April 17, 20210 Comments

Expatriates and people who haven’t been vaccinated against COVID-19 have the highest numbers among hospitalized and ICU patients in Kuwait, head of the higher COVID-19 committee Dr Khaled Al-Jarallah said yesterday.

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Rich became richer in the COVID pandemic

April 17, 20210 Comments

A report released by Oxfam International, a UK-based charity, said the pandemic hurt people living in poverty more than the rich. The most severely affected are women, Black people, African-descendants, Indigenous peoples, and historically marginalised and oppressed communities around the world, the report said.

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Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube and Telegram blocked till 3pm – Pakistan

April 16, 20210 Comments

“It is requested that immediate action may be taken on the subject matter,” the ministry directed the PTA chairman.

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GCC coronavirus cases – 15.04.2021

April 15, 20210 Comments

GCC coronavirus cases – 15.04.2021

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List of accredited laboratories for Pakistan and the Philippines

April 15, 20210 Comments

General Administration of Civil Aviation approved the list of accredited laboratories within the MUNA program to ensure the reliability of PCR examination certificates for those coming from Pakistan and the Philippines. 

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Kuwait issued an order to extend the period for residency violators

April 15, 20210 Comments

Minister of interior issued an order to extend the period for residency violators to amend their residencies in Kuwait starting from 15 April until 15 May.

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It is time to leave Afghanistan

April 15, 20210 Comments

President Joe Biden announced it’s “time to end” America’s longest war with the unconditional withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, where they have spent two decades in a bloody, increasingly futile battle against the Taleban. Dubbed the “forever war,” the US military onslaught in Afghanistan began in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States.

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Ban on bringing Filipino workers to Kuwait lifted

April 14, 20210 Comments

The Head of the Federation of Domestic Labor Offices, Khaled Al-Dakhnan, has announced a ban on bringing Filipino workers to Kuwait has been lifted, after months of meetings and negotiations between the federation and the competent authorities. Al-Dakhnan told Al- Seyassah daily it is assumed that the recruitment of Filipino workers will start from next week and Filipino embassy begins to process the workers’ contracts.

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KWD 50,000 fine, 3-yrs jail

April 13, 20210 Comments

Director of Public Relations at the Environment Public Authority (EPA), Sheikha Al-Ibrahim said that the authority is using various means to inform residents about environmental guidelines and how to preserve the environment in order to fall foul with the law and end up paying fines.

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Lockdowns and curfews to return for 2 weeks if infections increases

November 4, 20200 Comments

During recent meeting the cabinet reviewed the plans presented by Minister of Health Dr. Basel Al Sabah that if there has been increase in infection cases between 6 to 10 weeks, the minister recommended implementation of partial curfew from 9 pm to 4 am for period of two weeks with suspension of commercial flights from and to Kuwait. In addition to shutting down malls to prevent gatherings and closing restaurants for dining, only allowing home delivery of food.

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