- Restrictions will remain in place in Kuwait until further notice
- Kuwait’s land and sea borders will be closed from February 24 until March 20
- Kuwait has also imposed restrictions on airports to reduce the spread of Kovid
The letter states that transit passengers will not be allowed to exit the plane and enter the Kuwait airport. Kuwait is implementing further health measures to curb the spread of Kovid while imposing restrictions on airports and passengers.
Transit passengers are those who use other airports in less than 24 hours to complete their flight and reach their destination. Transit travelers are required to apply for a transit visa if required.
Non-Kuwaiti travelers have been banned from February 7. These restrictions will remain in place in Kuwait until further notice. In addition, the government on Monday announced that Kuwait’s land and sea borders would be closed from February 24 until March 20.
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