The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Kuwait said on Tuesday that the passengers from 10 countries including India, Turkey, and Egypt are required to show the proofs they are virus-free.
According to the details, the passengers from the above-mentioned countries must produce the certificates issued by the Kuwaiti embassy in their country saying that they are coronavirus free.
Kuwait’s civil aviation authority, through the social networking platform Twitter, said that the passengers who do not provide the certificates will not be allowed into Kuwait.
On the other hand, the health ministry of the Kuwaiti government had confirmed 56 cases of the coronavirus in the country as of March 4. The majority of the affected people have arrived from Iran or had been in contact with the people who had been there.
It is worth mentioning here that on Tuesday, Saudi Arabia extended a ban on the entry of Umrah pilgrims from the different nations which includes Pakistan until the 31st of March as the Saudi Airline has issued the directives for annulling all the air tickets until the defined deadline, as per the reports of local media.