Kuwait scraps request for vaccination proof for visitors

Kuwait has removed the requirement for PCR test or proof of vaccination before entering the country for visitors, state news agency KUNA has revealed.
The Gulf country has eased COVID-19 restrictions. As part of the measures, the Arab country also drops the requirement of a face mask in public places, except those showing symptoms.
Any person, whether vaccinated or not, would be given access to all public places, while PCR tests were no longer required at workplaces and educational establishments, the agency the Prime Minister said.
Sport venues do not require vaccination proofs either.
The quarantine restrictions imposed on people exposed to others with COVID-19 have been scrapped, but they will be required to take a PCR test within 14 days of exposure, and wear a mask for 14 days.

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