Kuwait Government announced to restore normal life after May 30 🇰🇼🇰🇼🇰🇼

Kuwait Government announced to restore normal life after May 30 🇰🇼🇰🇼🇰🇼
#Kuwait government will not extend full curfew due to end Saturday, May 30 and will turn to partial curfew to pave way for restoration of normal life, Deputy Premier and Interior Ministry Anas Al-Saleh said on Monday.
Al-Saleh, also Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, was speaking at an online news conference following a cabinet meeting to discuss how to restore normal life next week.

He said the government would be announcing more details about the gradual restoration of normal life on Thursday.
The government was expecting improvement of the health situation due to compliance with the full curfew, which entered force on May 10.
“I would like to thank everyone for their great commitment to the full curfew and hopefull this commitment will continue with the partial curfew,” said Al-Saleh.
Al-Saleh said the Ministry of health believed the full curfew contributed to improving the situation in the country.
Al-Saleh, meanwhile, said the government formed a committee with a mandate of honoring those working in the frontline in line with His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah’s instructions.
Bader Al-Hamad, Undersecretary of the Civil Services Commission (CSC), spoke in the same news conference about honoring the employees working between February 24 and May 31 financially.
He said the committee classified employees working during the pandemic crisis into three segments.
The first were employees of the Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Health who were directly dealing with infected people and suspected infectees, said Al-Hamad.
The second, he added, were people working in government departments who were dealing with suspected cases, working in border crossings, quarantine facilities and clinics.
The third category, said Al-Hamad, were employees working in supporting lines who were assigned to work during the partial or full curfew.
Those employees, continued Al-Hamad, would be honored in accordance with the degree of risk they were exposed to: high and medium.
He said the government would consider people dying from the virus as martyrs and infectees would be given a special allowance until their recovery.

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