KUWAIT CITY, Mar 30: For the second day in a row, after quarantining a building inhabited by 600 workers in Mahboula, the Ministry of Health took necessary measures to quarantine a house inhabited by dozens of Asian bachelors, most of whom are Indians in Jleeb Al Shuyoukh.
The quarantine decision came after an Indian expat and his wife living in the building were being suspected of having infection of Coronavirus, where the health authorities ordered quarantine for two weeks. The Ministry of Interior installed patrols in front of the building and put up barriers to prevent entry or exit from it.
In coordination with the Farwaniya Security Directorate initiative to provide food for the expats of the quarantined building for two weeks was carried out by the head of the Union of Workers in Cooperatives Jamal al-Fadli.
Al-Fadhli stated that the initiative provided rice, sauce, fruits and vegetables, frozen chicken, water, ready-to-eat food, and canned foods in large quantities that allowed the quarantine to live and feed during the two-week quarantine period.