KUWAIT CITY, May 20: Kuwaiti girl, Aida LafiAl-Mutairi, became the youngest Kuwaiti toddler who entered the country alone as part of the evacuation of citizens from abroad, especially since she did not exceed 3 months of age, as she arrived yesterday from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and her father received her at the Nuwaiseeb border point.
She was then transferred to Al-Khairan Park after a medical examination by the health team of the Ministry of Health, and she was given a smear, and gave her a simple gift.
Aida was born in the Kingdom when her mother was on a visit to Saudi Arabia but was forced to return to Kuwait because of her illness to receive treatment after birth, and Aida was left with her grandmother but soon the borders were closed because of the outbreak of the coronavirus and Aida remained all this time with her grandmother.
The father of Aida, LafiAl-Mutairi who received the toddler said the repatriation was done in coordination with the Kuwaiti embassy in Saudi Arabia, and the uncle of the infant and her grandmother who live in the Kingdom. Al-Mutairi thanked the Director of Ports, Brigadier Iyad Al-Haddad, and the security men who supervise the process at the Nuwaiseeb outlet, and to the Red Crescent for the distinguished efforts in moving people to the site of the quarantine.