MP want medical screening for all expats at airport while returning from vacation

Monday, August 6, 2018

MP Mohammad Al-Dalal has submitted a proposal to allocate a building near or inside the Kuwait International Airport for the medical examination of domestic workers or any other expatriate worker entering the country including those who have traveled and returned to their jobs.

Al-Dalal pointed out all expatriate workers should undergo medical tests not only during the renewal of their visas in order to protect families and the entire society as many of them might be suffering from communicable diseases. He said whoever is found unhealthy or sick should be treated, vaccinated or deported depending on the nature of the disease or health condition.

He warned against waiting until the time of renewing the visas before requiring expatriate workers to undergo medical tests as this might endanger the lives of other people.

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Dj
Monday, August 6, 2018
All passengers should be examined. And also inspected with K9 units.

Jaggu
Monday, August 6, 2018
I think we see lot of comments mostly against expats but all bluff few get passed or get attention just to make expats more frustrated and reason to leave Kuwait there is too many people want to leave but as situation is not that good back in home country that''s why people stuck up in Kuwait

Jacob
Sunday, August 5, 2018
What about Kuwaitis returning from holidays.
Another proposal for some private business to make money from expatriates.

Bajrangi Bhai
Sunday, August 5, 2018
God bless this MP for his noble idea. Another source of income for government & harassment for poor expats.

Abraham Saji
Sunday, August 5, 2018
if all countries adopt the same method it will be chaos at airports.

Mike
Sunday, August 5, 2018
Dear MP

In that case, it should be all including Kuwaitis who visits thailand and africa and even Mps..thsi might be better

Varghese
Sunday, August 5, 2018
Good move by the MP....by the time our baggage comes i am sure this process will get done.....

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