No More Quarantine For Fully Vaccinated Passengers Travelling To Kuwait

by Deeplata Garde
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With the reducing effects of COVID, countries are revising their travel guidelines. The recent country to join this party was Kuwait. It seems to be the best time for travelling to Kuwait. With every other country slacking their PCR test guidelines, Kuwait is currently removing its quarantine restrictions. Many of Kuwait’s travel restrictions are off the charts. The nation’s travel standards were recently updated. Scroll down to know the details.

Fully Vaccinated Passengers Plan Travelling To Kuwait

The recent declarative clarifies that the completely vaccinated with booster dose are no longer needed to do a pre-departure and on-arrival RT PCR test in Kuwait. Upon arrival, such travellers are likewise free from home quarantine. Similarly, a partially immunized traveller who hasn’t got the second dose in over nine months will have to observe obligatory seven-day home quarantine. Along with that, the individual has to undergo pre-arrival testing. By presenting a negative PCR test record, such travellers will end their confinement. This way, they can continue travelling to Kuwait.

Unvaccinated Travellers Need To Follow These Guidelines

Unvaccinated travellers or those who have not received the total vaccine dosage have additional rules. Firstly they need to give a negative PCR test report no more than 72 hours old. Also, they waived the testing requirement for children under the age of 16. If a traveller is symptomatic, the Kuwait DGCA has also encouraged them to do a Rapid Home test.

Revised Guidelines By DGCA

1)To go to Kuwait, you must be fully vaccinated (only vaccines allowed by the Kuwaiti government) and pass the RT-PCR test.
2) Passengers who are partially vaccinated or unvaccinated must have an RT-PCR test before travelling to Kuwait.
3) Children under the age of 16 can avoid the vaccine or testing requirement while travelling to Kuwait.
4) Guests who have been partially vaccinated or not vaccinated are subject to seven-day home quarantine.

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