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KUWAIT CITY, June 29: The Kuwaiti airlines company, Jazeera Airways, declared on Tuesday resuming flights to the Lebanese capital Beirut as of tomorrow (Wednesday) with two flights, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, each week. Rohit Ramachandran, CEO of Jazeera Airways, urged in a press statement passengers to review regulations regarding vaccinations, the PCRs against coronavirus, ahead of booking.
Passengers to Beirut are not subject to quarantines. Moreover, the vaccinated, since 15 days ago, along with children aged below 12, are not subject to PCR tests upon arrival in Beirut. Those who have not been immunized are subject to the examinations upon arrival along with quarantine until tests show negative results, he explained. (KUNA)