Kuwait has decided to do away with the requirement of pre-departure RT-PCR tests and home quarantine for fully vaccinated international travelers arriving in the country from Sunday, 20 February 2022.

Unvaccinated travellers or not fully vaccinated against the coronavirus are still required to show a negative RT-PCR test report before their departure and after their arrival in the country and also undergo a one-week home quarantine.

Vacant passengers are also required to undergo PCR test on the seventh day of their arrival. If they test negative then the quarantine period may be terminated.

Those who receive a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine 9 months before departure will be considered partially vaccinated. In such cases a booster dose is required to fully vaccinate the passengers.

Updated Guidelines To Travel Kuwait

1. Fully vaccinated (only Kuwait government-approved vaccine) is not required to take an RT-PCR test for travel to Kuwait.

2. Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers are required to undergo RT-PCR test to travel to Kuwait.

3. Children under the age of 16 are exempt.

4. Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated guests subject to home quarantine for 7 days.


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