Kuwait has announced the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions across the country.

Per the official Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), the cabinet announced commercial activities will be able to resume without restrictions starting from today, Tuesday, July 27, 2021, for those who are vaccinated and all activities for children will resume from September 1.

“Cabinet decides to end commercial shops shutdown at (8:00 local time) starting tomorrow Tuesday,” the news agency announced on Twitter.

The Kuwait Cabinet stated that all activities will resume except for social gatherings and events, conferences and weddings, which are still barred until further notice.

For those who remain unvaccinated, they will only be permitted to enter pharmacies, hospitals, government buildings, food and catering markets and private medical centres.

Meanwhile, more countries have been added to Kuwait’s list of permitted travel destinations. Direct flights to Morocco and Maldives will resume from August 1.

Earlier this month, it was announced direct flights were available to Bosnia-Herzegovina, the UK, Spain, the US, Holland, Italy, Austria, France, Kyrgyzstan, Germany, Greece and Switzerland.

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