KUWAIT CITY, Aug 4: The Director of Operations Department at the Directorate- General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Mansour Al Hashemi said 203,967 passengers left Kuwait from March 16 until July 31, 2020, reports Al-Seyassah daily. He pointed out that the work at the airport is in accordance with the health requirements and controls which the passengers must adhere to.
Al-Hashemi added, 4,271 passengers entered or left the country over two days, after flight operations resumed from the airport as of Aug 1, 2020, after a long break of five months following the outbreak corona pandemic.
The sources added, the resumption of flights are subject to constant review and update around the clock, as the developments unfold in the coming days. Hashemi told the daily the Kuwait MoI photo Various kinds of drugs and money from the proceeds seized by the CID personnel. Airport from the first stage of commercial activity operates under the directives of the Council of Ministers.
Al-Hashemi indicated the responsibility for defining the affected country is done by the World Health Organization committee, which coordinates with the local Ministry of Health.
This committee evaluates and studies the situation through health indicators, and there are specific controls that have been established for passengers to and from Kuwait with regard to departures. He continued saying for arriving passengers it is a necessity to register in the Shlonik application before boarding the plane, and obtain an accredited health certificate (PCR) that proves negative Covid 19 test with a validity period of 72 hours from the date of examination. This is addition to all passengers who must adhere to home quarantine for 14 days.