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Cabinet meeting: Fine for not wearing mask, Appointment for restaurants and café

KUNA
Monday, October 12, 2020
Cabinet meeting: Fine for not wearing mask, Appointment for restaurants and café

The Kuwaiti Cabinet held its weekly session on Monday at Sief Palace under the chairmanship of His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah.

Minister of Health, Sheikh Dr. Basel Al-Sabah, updated the Cabinet on latest health developments in the country in light of statistics and data related to the numbers of coronavirus cases of infection, recovery, deaths and those receiving treatment.

The Cabinet again called on all citizens and residents to seriously adhere to all health instructions and guidelines to reduce the effects and risks of this pandemic.

In this regard, the Cabinet has decided the following:

First, assigning the Ministry of Information to intensify and develop media messages on health requirements to spread awareness and reinforce discipline.

Second, the necessity of booking appointments for having meals in restaurants and cafes halls and attending sports clubs to avoid crowding.

Third, preventing the establishment of camps and temporary tents in residential areas and chalets.

Fourth, assigning the main committee to follow up the implementation of health requirements related to combating the coronavirus to develop its working methods and intensify its efforts in line with the increasing cases and the high infection indicators.

The Council also reviewed the recommendation of the Legal Affairs Committee regarding a draft law of imposing fines on violators of health requirements such as not wearing mask. The draft law will be forwarded to Fatwa and Legislation for implementing.

The cabinet also decided to continue the ban on direct entry from 34 countries and to the continue the quarantine period for returnees for two weeks

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Human
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Put up curfew 10pm to 5am and 90% of the local gatherings n outings will stop cause now cool season people like to stay out from evening till dawn even without any purpose and spreading the virus

Parthipan
Monday, October 12, 2020
Actually, there is no point making restrictions on restaurants and cafes only. Even offices should follow the rules strictly. Staffs/sales team who goes out for work returns to office without wearing masks and roams around the whole offices endangering others life too. Random strict inspection should follow inside companies, transports etc.
I hope the government will act soon.

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