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Kuwait bans flights to 31 'high risk' countries due to coronavirus

Kuwait bans flights to 31 'high risk' countries due to coronavirus

1/8/2020 5:50:00 PM

Kuwait bans flights to 31 'high risk' countries due to coronavirus

DUBAI: Kuwait has banned until further notice commercial flights to 31 countries it said that it regarded as high risk due to the spread of the ...

WorldA Kuwait Airways plane is seen at Kuwait International Airport on Dec 9, 2016. (Photo: AFP/Yasser Al-Zayyat)01 Aug 2020 10:26PMShare this contentBookmarkDUBAI: Kuwait has banned until further notice commercial flights to 31 countries it said that it regarded as high risk due to the spread of the coronavirus, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation said on Saturday (Aug 1).

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The countries include India, Pakistan, Egypt, the Philippines, Lebanon and Sri Lanka, which all have large numbers of expatriates in Kuwait. The list also includes China, Iran, Brazil, Mexico, Italy and Iraq.AdvertisementAdvertisementThe ban was announced the same day Kuwait began a partial resumption of commercial flights. The authorities have said Kuwait International Airport would run at about 30 per cent capacity from Saturday, gradually increasing in coming months.

Kuwait, which has recorded nearly 67,000 coronavirus cases and more than 400 deaths, began a five-phase plan at the start of June to gradually lift restrictions imposed to curb the spread of the virus. Read more: CNA »

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