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350,000 expats with valid residence stranded abroad

Various sectors face shortage of labor KUWAIT CITY, Apr 25: The business sectors in Kuwait have been severely affected due to decisions implemented to take health …

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‘Back to normal’ nears – Kuwait breaks 1m jabs mark

KUWAIT CITY, April 25: Finally, the Ministry of Health broke the one million barrier of vaccinating the citizens and residents against ‘Covid 19’ virus. According …

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Recoveries outpace infections in daily COVID count – Concern over illegals

KUWAIT CITY, April 25: Ministry of Health is striving to vaccinate citizens and expatriates, and spares no effort in encouraging the public to register for …

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Age-old ‘Wataniya’ school shut – ‘Unsafe for students’

KUWAIT CITY, April 25: The administration of the Fahaheel Arab National School (Al-Wataniya School) announced the closure of the school building from the new academic …

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KD 3.6 mln spent to confront pandemic: MoCI

Pharmaceutical factory in Sabhan ‘soon’ KUWAIT CITY, April 25: The Minister of Commerce and Industry (MoCI), Dr. Abdullah Al-Salman said the ministry until mid-February 2021 …

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Vaccination certificate will be mandatory for all arrivals

KUWAIT CITY, Apr 24: The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health, Dr. Mustafa Reda stated those who are vaccinated will be exempted from institutional quarantine and are …

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‘Partial curfew might be lifted on Eid if all is well’

KUWAIT CITY, April 24: Officials are optimistic about a breakthrough in the health crisis in the second week of May, reports Al- Qabas daily quoting …

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MoCI closely monitors domestic workers offices over ‘hiring’ fees

Fees specified based on recommendations of advisory panel KUWAIT CITY, April 24: In view of the recent decision of the government to resume the recruitment …

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Stranded Grade 12 students in soup – ‘School year at risk’

KUWAIT CITY, April 24: More than 40 Grade 12 students who are still stranded outside the country face a problem because they will not be …

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Blame game starts for delaying stringent laws

Nation in pain, shell-shocked after ‘broad daylight’ murder KUWAIT CITY, April 24: Following the murder of a Kuwaiti woman in broad daylight in the suburb …

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