Travelers arriving in Kuwait from COVID-19 hotspots must isolate in local hotels

Travelers arriving in Kuwait from COVID-19 hotspots must isolate in local hotels
Kuwaiti patients and students, unaccompanied under-18-year-old travelers, diplomats and medical staff are exempted from hotel isolation but are required to quarantine at home for 14 days. (KUNA)
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Updated 20 February 2021

Travelers arriving in Kuwait from COVID-19 hotspots must isolate in local hotels

Travelers arriving in Kuwait from COVID-19 hotspots must isolate in local hotels
  • People arriving from other countries must isolate in local hotels for seven days at their own cost and spend another seven days at their homes
  • All passengers must register in its Kuwaitmosafer application in order to be allowed to board the plane

DUBAI: Passengers arriving in Kuwait from coronavirus hotspots must quarantine in local hotels for 14 days at their own expense, Kuwait’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation said in a statement.
People arriving from other countries must isolate in local hotels for seven days at their own cost and spend another seven days at their homes, state news agency KUNA reported.
Kuwaiti patients and students, unaccompanied under-18-year-old travelers, diplomats and medical staff are exempted from hotel isolation but are required to quarantine at home for 14 days.
All passengers must also register in its Kuwaitmosafer application in order to be allowed to board the plane, the statement said.
Kuwait has recorded a total of 182,460 coronavirus infections, 1,034 deaths and 170,326 recoveries after conducting 1,718,097 tests.