COVID-19: Kuwait scraps camping season in bid to prevent spread of virus

Cairo: Kuwaiti authorities have decided to cancel this year’s camping season, usually starting in November, as a precaution to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, an official said today.


Earlier this week, the virus infection tally in Kuwait surpassed the 100,000 mark.



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“The decision will be reviewed based on reports issued by the Health Ministry on December 15,” Ahmed Al Manfuhi, an official in a government committee tasked with implementing health measures, added, according to the Kuwaiti daily Al Anba.


Camping, a popular tradition in Kuwait, annually starts at the onset of winter and runs for about four months.


Kuwait so far has recorded a total of 101,851 virus cases and 592 related deaths.

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