Expats can travel without Civil IDs from Kuwait, iiQ8news

Expats can travel without Civil IDs from Kuwait KUWAIT CITY, 7th June, 2020: Informed security sources revealed instructions were issued by the Ministry of Interior to allow expats who wish to leave the country to travel without using a civil ID, provided that their residency is valid, and that the Latin name in residence is matches to the name mentioned in their passport. The sources stated that the instructions comes within the framework to facilitate the expats who wish to travel and have valid residency and they followed the legal procedures in obtaining the civil card where they were not been able to obtain it due the closure of the Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI) due to ministerial decision in order to contain spread of coronavirus during the period. The sources added that the airport security men have orders to allow holders of valid residency to travel with their passports only without the civil ID. Source: Arabtimes Kuwait Government removing expa…
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COVID-19 Travel Advisories and Travel Restrictions, iiQ8info, iiQ8news

Depart from Kuwait to India

Published May 22, 2020.

Flights to India are suspended. This does not apply to flights that carry goods for trade or essential goods and supplies, and their crew members, helpers, cleaners. Passengers with an Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card or booklet are allowed to enter India. They must be: minor children born to nationals of India abroad; or coming to India due to family emergencies like death in family; or couples where one spouse is an OCI holder and the other is a national of India and they have a permanent residence in India; or university students whose parents are nationals of India living in India. Interactive Coronavirus (Covid-19) Travel Regulations Map (powered by Timatic) Do you want to get notified when the travel restrictions change, or would you like to make use of this information as part of your business? Contact Us …
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3 Months jail and 5000 KD fine for those found without face mask, Kuwait, iiQ8news

3 Months jail and 5000 KD fine for those found without face mask Kuwait 18th May, 2020 : The Ministry of Health has warned violating the ministerial decision regarding the obligation to wear face mask or covering the nose and mouth by any other means,   the violator is subject to a penalty of imprisonment for a period not exceeding 3 months and a fine not exceeding 5,000 Kuwaiti Dinars or one of these two penalties, in implementation of the provisions of paragraph 1 of Article 17 Amended by Article 1 of Law No. 4 of 2020.   3 Months jail and 5000 KD fine for those found without face mask, Kuwait, iiQ8news Kuwait MOH started Random COVID-19 testing India extended lockdown 4.0 till 31st May, 2020, iiQ8News, indianinq8 Lockdown 4.0: What is allowed and what is not allowed in India, iiQ8News, indianinQ8 Hacker tried to break into MOI Ministry of Interior website for curfew passes in Kuwait https://indianinq8.com/how-to-make-sho…
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Lockdown 4.0: What is allowed and what is not allowed in India, iiQ8News, indianinQ8

Lockdown 4.0: What is allowed and what is not allowed The following activities shall continue to remain prohibited — • The movement of individuals will remain strictly prohibited between 7 pm and 7 am, except for essential activities. • All domestic and international air travel of passengers, except for domestic medical services, domestic air ambulances and for security purposes or purposes as permitted by MHA will not operate. • All metro rail services will remain suspended. • School, colleges, educational/training/coaching institutions etc, will remain closed. • Hotels, restaurant and other hospitality services shall remain suspended. • All cinema halls, shopping malls, gymnasiums, swimming pools, entertainment parks, theatres, bars and auditoriums, assembly halls and similar places will remain closed. • All social/political/sports/entertainment/academic/cultural/religious functions/other gahterings and large congregations will not be allowed. • All religious pla…
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India extended lockdown 4.0 till 31st May, 2020, iiQ8News, indianinq8

India extended lockdown 4.0 till 31st May, 2020, iiQ8News, indianinq8 The Centre on Sunday extended the nationwide lockdown till May 31, the third such extension, to curb the spread of Covid-19 in India. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that lockdown 4.0 will be different from the previous lockdowns with a new set of rules. Here's how the fourth phase of lockdown is different from lockdown 3.0 * The delineation of red, orange and green zones will now be decided by state governments and Union Territories. * Inter-state and intra-state movement of passenger vehicles and buses has now been allowed with the mutual consent of states. Pharmacies should provide masks to Citizens and Expats as price set by MOH, Kuwait, iiQ8news Kuwait PM hopes to announce gradual return to normal life after May 30 KUWAIT TOTAL LOCKDOWN FROM 10TH MAY TO 30TH MAY, Q8 Government decided
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Kuwait PM hopes to announce gradual return to normal life after May 30

KUWAIT, May 15 : His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad AlSabah thanked citizens and expatriates for understanding reasons behind the full curfew, hoping to announce after May 30 gradual return to normal life within health guidelines. His Highness the Prime Minister said the government had to adopt "very tough" measures like banning of prayers in mosques, suspension of work places, closure of borders and departure of expatirates towards full curfew. He thanked citizens and expatriates for understanding reasons that contributed to full curfew, which was scheduled to end on May 30. His Highness the Prime Minister said commitment to the curfew "would lead to the guick and gradual restoration of normal life." His Highness the Prime Minister made the remarks after a meeting with senior Ministry of Health officials, a meeting attended by Minister Sheikh Dr. Bassel Al-Sabah. "This phase requires complete compliance" with the health authorities' ins…
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Now Private Companies Can Renew Expats Residence Online, Kuwait, iiQ8News

Now Private Companies Can Renew Expats Residence Online KUWAIT CITY, Feb, 10: The Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior for Residence Affairs, Major General Talal Marafi, announced that residence renewal of Article 18 can be done online starting from next month (March 2020) reports Al Qabas. With newly automated system linked with companies and institutions allows to renew the residence of expatriates online without visiting any of the six governorates residence affairs department. He further stated that each company will have its own password to enter the system and follow the steps to renew the residence for expats without any complications or security breach from hackers. Currently certain employees of companies and institutions are being trained on a new system by MOI staff. This service will benefit one and half million expats, this comes as a second stage after implementation of Article 20 (domestic workers) residence renewal. Next step will be …
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