Kuwait denies curfew, Bahrain says 9 recoveries

By DG Staff

KUWAIT 14 March 2020: Head of the Kuwait’s Center for Government Communication (CGC) and its official spokesperson, Tareq Al-Mizrem, re-affirmed on Friday that no curfew has been imposed in Kuwait due to Coronavirus concerns.

Tweeting on CGC’s official account, Al-Mizrem said that should there be such a decision, it would be announced in a transparent manner through official media channels. He also urged for implementing all guidelines and instructions of preventive measures set by the health ministry, said Wam.

Bahrain announces additional 9 recoveries

MANAMA:The Bahraini Ministry of Health announced that 9 individuals have recovered from the Coronavirus (Covid-19) in the Kingdom of Bahrain, bringing the total number of confirmed recoveries to 44.

The individuals are 1 male and 6 female Bahrainis, 1 female from Egypt, and 1 female from Thailand. They have been discharged from the isolation centre after responding positively to medical care provided by a specialised medical team, conforming with measures outlined by the World Health Organization (WHO), according to the Bahrain News Agency.

The ministry highlighted that all individuals have undergone extensive medical testing to ensure their full recovery from the virus before being discharged, and will continue to be monitored post discharge.

The ministry urged all individuals returning from Italy, South Korea, Egypt or Lebanon in the past two weeks to self-isolate for 14 days, avoid contact with others, and schedule their mandatory medical examinations by contacting hotline number 444 or visiting the Ministry of Health’s website.