News Kuwaiti government announces 'total curfew' to stop Covid-19 spread

Kuwaiti government announces ‘total curfew’ to stop Covid-19 spread

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The Kuwaiti government will enforce a total curfew starting May 10 from 4pm until May 30 as part of its fight against the spread of Covid-19.

The Information Ministry announced it on Twitter today.

Currently, the GCC country has 7,208 Covid-19 cases with 47 deaths as of May 8.

The number of patients who have recovered from the virus is now 2,466.

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