Kuwait and the UAE are studying the possible launch of a “safe travel passageway” between the two countries for passengers who have received the jabs against COVID-19.
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25 May 2021, 12:00 AM
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Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates are studying a proposal submitted by the latter regarding arranging a “safe” travel passage between the two countries for people who have received the COVID-19 vaccine, for ease of movement between the two countries, a Kuwaiti newspaper reported Sunday.
The passageway, proposed by the UAE, aims to facilitate movement between the two Gulf countries, Al Anba reported.
High-ranking sources indicated to Al-Anbaa daily that this corridor includes citizens and expatriates of the two countries, who will be required to present vaccination certificates or negative results for COVID-19 within 72 hours, through approved applications between the two countries, or according to the precautionary measures set in each country.
This comes based on cooperation between the two countries and the establishment of a bilateral corridor for people who received the COVID-19 vaccine to facilitate movement between the two countries, Al-Anbaa reported.