Kuwait: Christian websites closed and ban on gatherings till January 10
Kuwait has briefly closed Christian non secular websites and banned mass gatherings amid issues over the unfold of the coronavirus, based on native media.
The federal government determined to shut the Christian locations of worship and ban gatherings in public locations throughout non secular feasts ranging from Thursday till January 10 to restrict the unfold of the extremely infectious illness, the Kuwaiti information company KUNA mentioned.
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The federal government additionally urged residents and international residents to abide by well being precautions together with observance of bodily distancing on completely different events.
Kuwait thus far has reported a complete of 149,017 virus instances and 926 associated deaths.
The Gulf nation launched Thursday its vaccination marketing campaign towards COVID-19. The Kuwaiti Well being Ministry mentioned that the “experimental” begin of the vaccinations was profitable and that no unwanted side effects have been monitored within the individuals who acquired the primary doses of the vaccine.