The head of the Federation of Tourism and Travel Offices, Muhammad Al-Mutairi, has requested the government not to impose travel restrictions on those who have received two doses of vaccines approved by Kuwait, pointing to the need to tighten health procedures while keeping the current travel requirements unchanged, reports Al-Qabas daily. Al-Mutairi told the daily, meeting of the Ministerial Corona Emergency Committee should come out with recommendations that keep pace with the health situation in the country, which is witnessing a state of stability compared to countries in the world, explaining that the imposition of home quarantine should not include those who have received the “third” booster dose from the approved vaccines.

He indicated returning to square one means will paralyze the economic sectors in the country, especially after the state of recovery that the country experienced as a result of the return to normal life. Al-Mutairi stated the vaccination rates in the country are high compared to other countries of the world, stressing that the stable health condition does not require the return of travel restrictions for those who are vaccinated.


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