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Kuwait enters second phase of easing Covid-19 restrictions, with malls, cafes and parks reopened

Kuwait enters second phase of easing Covid-19 restrictions

Kuwait began the second phase of easing Covid-19 restrictions across the country on Tuesday, June 30, with malls, restaurants and cafes, and public parks reopening after a closure of more than three months.

Public and private sectors can resume work with a maximum of 30 percent capacity, while operations can resume in the financial, construction and retail sectors.

Curfew hours have also been relaxed and will now start at 8pm instead of 7pm, ending at 5am. However, certain restrictions remain – malls are allowed to operate until…

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