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Kuwait on Saturday advised its nationals against non-essential travel to Hong Kong and Macau, as mainland China struggles to control a new strain of coronavirus, which has already killed dozens of people.
Deputy Minister of Public Works Ismail Al-Failakawi announced that the new airport project will open in August 2022, according to the schedule, indicating that the second package project for the airport has been recommended for award at the lowest prices, and we are awaiting the final approval of the agency reports Al Rai.
The Ministry of Finance has launched the online system for issuance of tax certificates, reports Al- Seyassah daily. This will allow the concerned individuals and institutions to obtain tax certificates through the website of the ministry where they can check the accuracy of their data in order to prevent rejection, deletion of application or being subjected to legal liability in line with Income Tax Decree number 3/1995 amended as law number 2/2008.
Kuwait Meteorological Department has announced that the country will witness a significant decrease in the minimum temperatures to less than 3 degrees Celsius, resulting in frost formation in agricultural and desert areas, reports Al-Rai daily.
The Meteorological Department reported that today’s weather is tilted to cold and northwest winds to fluctuating light to moderate speeds 06-28 km per hour and show some sporadic clouds. The minimum temperature is 4 degrees Celsius.
The holidays of Kuwait’s Independence Day and Liberation Day will fall on Tuesday, February 25 and Wednesday, February 26 respectively.
All government institutions will shut down and Kuwait Flag will fly at half-mast for three days, according to a Government statement read by the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Anas Al-Saleh.
During the past 48 hours, the Ministry of Interior has raised alert level to its highest, given the dangerous and accelerating circumstances the region is going through reports Al Qabas
The Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) has called on Information Systems Department to give the employer, a two-month grace period from the date of issuance of the work permits to approve the transfer of wage to the local financial institutions automatically and through Asal service to the worker hired from abroad, reports Annahar daily.
Preparedness urged to face possible challenges. The Council of Ministers has urged government departments to maintain alert, caution and serious preparedness to face all possible challenges, and sustain the tempo of cooperation and coordination among themselves to uphold Kuwait’s security and stability, reports Al-Seyassah daily. They were also instructed to provide security, tranquility and all basic needs and requirements of citizens and expatriates.