Traffic jam across Kuwait ahead of 5 pm curfew

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Traffic jam across Kuwait ahead of 5 pm curfew

Sunday, March 7, 2021
Traffic jam across Kuwait ahead of 5 pm curfew

Heavy traffic witnessed on all roads across Kuwait ahead of the 5 pm curfew on today as all citizen and residents left their work place to reach home before the start of curfew.

Google Maps that monitored Kuwaiti streets displays all streets in red color as traffic jams paralyzed traffic many major roads in the country.

As the public transport was also paralyzed in the traffic, many workers were seen walking on the road instead of waiting for the bus on the bus shelter.

Even after 5:00 pm, the roads were full of cars racing against time to reach home.

Meanwhile the authorities did not register any violations on those who got stuck in the traffic jam even after 5:00 pm. According to sources, a verbal instruction were issued to police officials not to register any violations after the authorities noticed huge traffic jam even after 5:00 pm .

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human
Sunday, March 7, 2021
total madness all around. no planning, no directions. no proper instructions...just let all loose...
should issue firm instructions for different kinds of businesses to shut at different times....not all will shut at 4 pm and get crawling to reach home in the jams by 5pm.... make the banks and ministries close at 1 pm. than at 2.30 all offices and at 3.30 all shops and retailers. this will distribute the traffic evenly without jams.
i think even the timings of the signals were not adjusted according to the curfew ????

SB
Sunday, March 7, 2021
ridiculous situation.....

Rayyan Jalgaonkar
Sunday, March 7, 2021
I''m working at Al Seef Hospital Salmiya residing at Farwaniya I left my hopsital at 3 pm there was no bus

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