In order to contain the spread of the Covid-19, Kuwait restricted the entry of foreigners from around 35 countries that were declared as “high-risk countries”. The travel ban had been applied for at least 07 months ago and no flights from the mentioned 35 countries were landed in Kuwait. However, recently the government of Kuwait lifted the ban from all these banned countries and the flights will be resumed according to the normal schedules.
Updates On Traveling Approval:
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), on Thursday, February 18th, 2021 has declared that a proposal has been submitted to the Ministry of Health to allow foreigners to travel to Kuwait. However, there are several main points are highlighted in the proposal and these are mentioned below:
All the coming passengers will undergo a quarantine period of 14 days on their own expenses.
The passengers will also bear two PCR tests. One will be conducted on their arrival at the airport and the other will be done once after completing their quarantine period.
The domestic workers are not included in this decision. They are still able to enter the country and they will be treated according to the previous decision taken a few months ago by the government of Kuwait.
Travel Ban to the Foreigners :
Here we would like to throw the light on the travel restriction decision. On August 1st, 2020 the government embossed a travel ban onforeigners. However, after passing several hours the travel ban for commercial purposes had been resumed.Initially, the ban was embossed to 31 countries and then some other countries were also included. Afghanistan was added to the list of the banned countries in August. In September the list was amended and France and Argentina were added to the list, however, Singapore was removed from this list. Moreover, after the announcement from the UK that the new strain of the Covid-19 virus
has been detected in the country and the virus has been spreading more rapidly than previously, the United Kingdom was also added to the list of the banned countries. Get flights from Lahore to Kuwait.
The following is the complete list of the countries on which the travel ban was embossed:
Afghanistan, Argentina, Armenia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, China, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Kosovo, Lebanon, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Nepal, North Macedonia, Panama, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Serbia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Syria, Yemen, and United Kingdom.
Well, the resumption in the travel ban is a green signal for the foreigners who were waiting to move to Kuwait. Kuwait's population is calculated as 4.8 million and foreigners account for nearly 3.4 million. This shows that there are almost 70%of foreigners are living in Kuwait. It means that Kuwait accepts foreigners. This is the reason that every year thousands of foreigners migrate to Kuwait for several purposes. If you are also looking to move to Kuwait for visit, working, or any other genuine purpose then you are advised to contact with trips.pk
and you will be provided complete consultancy from the experts that how to prepare your application for Kuwait and get a safe traveling experience of Kuwait.