A nationwide curfew applies from 9pm - 3am daily. The curfew is scheduled to end on 30 August. Follow the official Kuwait News Agency
for details. People who are found in violation of the curfew order may face imprisonment and fines. Foreign nationals
found in violation of the curfew order may also risk deportation. The use of face mask
s is mandatory in all public spaces. Individuals who are found in violation of the law will be imprisoned for up to three months and/or fined up to 5,000 KWD. The Ministry of Health is randomly testing
citizens and residents
daily as part of its measures to curb COVID-19
. Detailed instructions will be sent to those selected for a COVID swab via text message. The testing
is not mandatory. Government offices and private businesses with no more than 50 percent staff, banking, financial, and construction sectors, retail stores, shopping malls, public parks, restaurant takeout services, hotels, and resorts have reopened as of July 28. Taxi services have also resumed with only one passenger allowed
per vehicle. Public schools, universities, and colleges are closed through the beginning of August. Public transport bus services are suspended
. Many types of social gatherings, including weddings, receptions, and public and private diwaniyas, are banned.
at own accommodation (from 01AUG20).
Passengers arriving must register with the Shlonik application prior to boarding the aircraft and must home quarantine
for 14 days upon arrival in Kuwait.
negative certification required for entering the country.
Arriving passengers must obtain a PCR test
administered by a health clinic within 72 hours of their start of travel to Kuwait and bring the results with them. No translation is required. On arrival in Kuwait, a random PCR test
will be conducted on ten percent of the passengers of each flight