Kuwait City: The official spokesman of the government, Tareq Al Mezram, announced that Kuwait will be lifting the two-month long partial curfew starting at 1:00am on the first day of Eid.
Al Mezram stated that passengers arriving from Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are barred from entering Kuwait until further notice. Passengers are only allowed in if they quarantine in another country for at least 14 days.
Starting on the first day of Eid, cinemas are open to the public but only those that are vaccinated are allowed to enter.
All commercial activities will have to close 8:00pm to 5:00am daily, except supermarkets, pharmacies and delivery services for restaurants and cafes.
Kuwait has officially announced that the Eid Al Fitr holiday will be for five-days starting Wednesday May 12. Regular working hours will resume on Monday May 17.
Once the public holiday is over, a cap of 60 per cent has been set for private and public sector employees working in the office.
It is likely that the first day of Eid will be on either Wednesday or Thursday, viewing of the moon will be on Tuesday night.