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Kuwait’s new travel rules explained

The following are the new travel rules that Kuwait will adopt for passengers of all nationalities after February 20, 2022.


Complete vaccination:

– There is no pre-arrival PCR.
– There is no PCR on arrival.
– There is no quarantine upon arrival.

Partial vaccination:

– There is no pre-arrival PCR.
– Must be quarantined for 7 days. This can result in a negative PCR test on arrival.

Not vaccinated:
– The PCR test must be run within 72 hours of arrival.
– You need to quarantine for 7 days, run the PCR test on the 7th day, and if the result returns negative, you can end the quarantine.

* Children under the age of 16 are exempt from the procedure.

Note:

– Fully vaccinated are those who have been vaccinated three times with the COVID-19 vaccine approved by the Kuwait authorities, or those who have been vaccinated twice unless nine months have passed since the date of the second vaccination. Or someone who has recovered from COVID-19. Within 3 months.

– Partially vaccinated people are those who have not received a booster 9 months after the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine approved by the Kuwaiti authorities.

– A person who has not been vaccinated is a person who has not received or has not been vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine approved by the Kuwaiti authorities.

https://www.kuwaittimes.com/kuwaits-new-travel-regulations-explained/ Kuwait’s new travel rules explained

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