Kuwait’s Cabinet announced canceling the pre-departure PCR and PCR on arrival requirements as well as quarantine for passengers entering Kuwait who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. People who are partially vaccinated are not required to bring PCR on arrival, but must quarantine for seven days which can be ended with a negative PCR test. Unvaccinated people can travel, but must carry a negative PCR test certificate valid at least 72 hours before the flight’s date, must stay in home quarantine for seven days after arrival and must conduct a PCR test on the seventh day to end the quarantine. The new measures become effective as of February 20.
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