KUWAIT CITY, March 7: The Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) said its inspectors in coordination with other authorities have the mandate to carry out inspections of workers’ residence or places of activities according to a decision issued by the Council of Ministers, reports Al-Anba daily. The source indicated this includes visiting stores and other activities to ensure compliance with all health requirements. As for workplaces, the inspection continues during the specified working hours to ensure compliance with the specified workers’ rates.
The source emphasized that the inspection teams have put in place inspection schedules, taking into account the number of inspectors, which is specified in proportion to the approved preventive health measures. Meanwhile, former MP, Safa’a Al-Hashem, has called for the need to trust the measures taken to control the coronavirus, stressing that we work as a team and one people to get out of the crisis with the least losses, reports Al-Anba daily.
On her Twitter account she said as if it is an organized process of distortion, campaigners use all means of communication to belittle the community and its procedures, degrade and belittle its officials who are mocked, insulted and slandered time and time again, even videos are posted in the social media to distort the good effects.
She pointed out Kuwait must learn from other countries how to deal with their crises and support their leadership so that we can soon win over this epidemic. In the meantime, the National Guard forces have begun securing 20 hotels (10 hotels in the south of the country and 10 hotels in the capital and its suburbs), to ensure enforcement of the Cabinet decision on institutional quarantine for those coming from abroad, reports Al-Anba daily. Informed sources said the task of the guards in securing hotels will be throughout the validity of the decision and not linked to a specific time frame.