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DGCA “Passengers arriving to Kuwait, PCR negative certificate necessary”
KUWAIT CITY, Nov 27: The State of Kuwait Embassy in The Hague has urged Kuwaiti citizens anew to abide by renewed health precautions declared by the Dutch authorities. The embassy said in a statement on Saturday that it is reachable for emergencies on the phone number: 31639374157+. The Dutch government declared late on Friday a set of new precautions to stem spread of the coronavirus, effective Sunday. Accordingly, cafes, restaurants, markets, cultural, entertainment and sports facilities will be shut as of 5 p.m. until 5 a.m. Central markets and pharmacies will close as of 8 p.m., according to the measures, also calling upon citizens to maintain social distancing of 1.5 meters in public places
Earlier the Directorate General of Civil Aviation stated that “Due to the spread of a new mutant of the Corona virus, we renew the need to adhere to all preventive measures and requirements for all passengers arriving and transferred to the State of Kuwait, and the need to submit a negative PCR examination certificate and adhere to the procedures of the vaccinated and the non-vaccinated before arrival in accordance”