Curfew sa Kuwait, Maguumpisa na – ang parusa sa mga lalabag ay kulong ng 3 taon at fine na 10 libong dinar

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Sa mga kapwa OFW na nasa Kuwait, maguumpisa na ang curfew sa Kuwait. Umpisa alas 5 ng hapon at matatapos alas 4 ng umaga bukas. Ito ay araw-araw na regulasyon at hindi natin alam kailan ito matatapos.

Sundin po natin ang kanilang mga regulasyon para makaiwas tayo parusa na 3 taon na kulong at 10 libong dinar na fine.

Ang laban sa Coronavirus (COVID-19) ay laban para sa ating lahat. At matatalo natin ito kung tayo ay magkakaisa at marunong sumunod sa utos ng kinaukulan saan mang bansa tayo naroroon.

Aming dasal ang kaligtasan ng lahat.

Maraming salamat.

Curfew-breakers to be jailed, fined – MoI


KUWAIT, March 22 (KUNA) — Anyone caught breaching the curfew decided Saturday evening will be jailed for up to three years and fined KD 10,000 pursuant to Civil Defense Law, warned the interior minister.

The warning was given by Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Anas Al-Saleh during a press conference held following an extraordinary cabinet meeting earlier Saturday. He added that the military is on standby to help security forces in putting the curfew in place, quoting the cabinet as having tasked the National Guard with aiding the Ministry of Interior in this regard.

He stated that the curfew was decided as a result of non-compliance with health guidelines and instructions aimed at averting gatherings. The minister noted that he would relieve violators of residency law of any fine so that they could leave the country immediately.

For his part, Foreign Minister Sheikh Dr. Ahmad Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Sabah said a strengthened health system would undoubtedly make it easy for overseas citizens to return home at an early date. Speaking at the press conference following the cabinet meeting on response to the novel coronavirus, the minister reassured that his ministry had worked out a blueprint to evacuate citizens abroad.

Urging everyone to take the matter seriously, the minister said the evacuation plan would give top priority to patients in critical situation, old people, minors and people with disabilities. (end)


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