Continue shopping in by appointment system during the partial curfew in Kuwait
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Social Affairs Abdulaziz Shuaib announced the continuation of reserving appointments and showing a barcode for shopping at the coop, central markets and outlets during the partial curfew, after the end of the total curfew.
Shuaib said in a press statement today, Saturday, that coops will not receive any customer during the partial curfew period unless they have made an appointment through the online website here:
and presented a barcode. He indicated that there has been coordination between the Ministry of Affairs, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the Federation of Associations and the competent authorities so that coops continue to receive customers during the partial curfew regularly via online appointment.
Regarding the coops in the lockdown areas such as Farwaniya, Hawalli, Maidan Hawalli and Khaitan, he confirmed that they will also operate with the aforementioned appointment system, where the central markets will operate 24 hours.
He indicated that all coops have been instructed to open at least one outlet in each area to meet the needs of consumers, and that shopping is allowed in the outlets by booking appointments.
Source : Kuwait News
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