More good news for wanderlusters!
Another Middle-Eastern country – Kuwait – has relaxed its Covid-19 restrictions. Fully vaccinated passengers are no longer required to undergo any RT-PCR test or quarantine.
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If you’re partially vaccinated, you need not undergo an RT-PCR test but will have to complete a 7-day home quarantine. Partially vaccinated travellers can take an RT-PCR test on arrival and if tested negative, the quarantine can be terminated early.
Here’s the tweet for more details:
— GO FIRST (@GoFirstairways) March 14, 2022
Unvaccinated travellers will be required to carry a negative RT-PCR report of a test done within 72 hours of departure. Upon arrival, these passengers will have to complete a 7-day home quarantine. The quarantine can be terminated only after seven days and upon testing negative in the RT-PCR test.
Children below 16 years of age are exempt from the above rules and regulations.
Check out our COVID guidelines page to know the travel rules for various countries.
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