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Wednesday , October 28 2020

DGCA proposes to reduce quarantine to 7 days

KUWAIT CITY, Sep 20: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation called on to reduce the quarantine in Kuwait for all arrivals to 7 days instead of 14 days which is currently implemented.

In its letter to the Ministry of Health DGCA recommended to reduce the quarantine in Kuwait for arrivals so that it would be 7 days instead of 14 days while adhering to health requirements, PCR certificate stating that passenger is negative is a must. The approval of this proposal will have a good economic incentive for airlines and will reduce their losses.

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