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Monday , September 27 2021

Almost 50% oppose ‘partial lockdown’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 9: Results of a survey conducted on the Twitter account of the daily with 9,546 participants revealed that 47.5 percent are against imposing partial curfew in the country as part of ongoing efforts to curb the spread of the new strains of coronavirus, reports Al-Qabas daily. On the other hand, 43.7 percent of the participants support imposing curfew, while 8.8 percent are not interested whether curfew is imposed or not. The question posted by the daily is: “Do you support imposing partial curfew in Kuwait to curb the spread of the new strains of corona?”

The participants have three options – ‘Yes’, ‘No’ and ‘I Do Not Care’. The survey was conducted after the Council of Ministers announced its decision on the closure of various commercial establishments from 8:00 pm to 5:00 am, total closure of gyms and salons while the food stores and pharmacies are exempted.

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