Kuwait: Full lockdown during last 10 days of Ramadan possible

Kuwait City: Based on the health situation in the country, the option of implanting a full lockdown during the last 10 days of Ramadan has been proposed to the government, local media reported.

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The announcement comes after the government stated that beginning on April 8 the curfew hours will change to 7:00pm until 5:00am and will stay in effect for two weeks.

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During the two weeks, the government will be evaluating the health situation and if the cases and COVID-19 related deaths do not decrease a total lockdown may be put in place.

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If a full lockdown was to be implemented it will be placed after April 22 and likely last until after Eid Al Fitr.

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Ramadan changes

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Meanwhile, starting on the first day of Ramadan people will be allowed to walk in residential neighbourhoods from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. In addition, food deliveries will be permitted to operate between 5:00am to 3:00am and people will be allowed to obtain a permit to go to the supermarkets between 7:00pm and 12:00am.

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As for Tarawih prayers, health authorities will allow for them to go ahead as scheduled but will reduce the timing of the prayer to avoid transmission.

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In the lead up to Ramadan, religious leaders stated that both receiving the vaccine and conducting a PCR test do not break a person’s fast.

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