Return to normal life in Kuwait after Coronavirus to be discussed

The economic decisions are the major concerns for the government,

  
An aerial view shows very little traffic on the roads of Kuwait City after the country entered virtual lockdown, following the outbreak of coronavirus, in Kuwait City, Kuwait March 16, 2020.

An aerial view shows very little traffic on the roads of Kuwait City after the country entered virtual lockdown, following the outbreak of coronavirus, in Kuwait City, Kuwait March 16, 2020.

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KUWAIT CITY: The government meeting will be held before Thursday, the sources suggested that it will be held on coming Wednesday, to discuss the upcoming government plans and recommendations to return to normal life in Kuwait.

The sources pointed out that the government is concerned that the infection figures of Corona have not decreased significantly, as it fears unexpected surprises after the lifting of the total ban.

The economic decisions are the major concerns for the government, especially heavy losses have been incurred by Kuwait economy by small, medium and large business after the decisions was taken by the government to preserve the public health and these issues will undoubtedly require parliamentary approval and implementation.

Governmental sources confirmed that the Minister of Health Dr. Basel Al-Sabah submitted an evaluation of the health conditions related to the Corona crisis during the first 10 days of the total ban to the Council of Ministers.

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