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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 22: After suffering for more than two years from closure, partial and total lockdowns and changing various aspects of life, Kuwait breathed a sigh of relief as it begins a new phase of life returning to normal. On the first day of implementing Cabinet decisions to ease the Covid-19 restrictions that were imposed to contain the spread of the virus people were all smiles as they could freely enter shops and supermarkets irrespective whether they have been vaccinated or not, reports Al-Anba daily. To shed light on the impact of these decisions on the local situation in general, the daily sought the opinion of a number of citizens and residents to determine their level of satisfaction.
Hawash Hussein said he supports easing of restrictions and returning life to normal, noting that people had become bored and the psychological affected. He added, if everyone adheres to the health requirements, everything should be fine.
Hind Al-Ahmad stated she is not with the decision to allow everyone to enter the malls, because the situation is still dangerous and the number of infections may increase and supported measures to be taken against those who want to enter any public place while adhering to health requirements.
Talal Al-Enezi explained with life returning to normal, all activities must be opened, and even those who received the vaccine are known to have been infected with the virus, pointing out that prevention and strengthening immunity is most important but said life should be normal as it was before the outbreak of the pandemic.
Ahmed Al-Rashidi said: “We hope that the restrictions will be completely removed, and that vaccination will be compulsory for everyone, but unfortunately there are many doctors who spoke negatively about the vaccine and scared away the people, but since things are fine now, there is no objection to opening complexes and public places for everyone. The Ministry of Health is performing its duty to the fullest.”
With the start of the implementation of Cabinet decisions allowing all travelers to enter and leave the country, several passengers expressed their happiness with the lifting of restrictions that prevented their travel outside the country, reports Al- Rai daily. During a tour of the airport, the daily saw the smooth functioning of the airport in the midst of atmosphere of joy among unvaccinated people who were unable to enter or leave the country for almost two years.