27/04/2022: Decision of the Council of Ministers.
2/02/2022: Following recent developments of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Consulate General of the State of Kuwait in Milan and Northern Italy kindly invites Kuwaiti citizens traveling to Italy to comply with the provisions issued by the competent authorities. The Consulate General of Kuwait kindly reminds Kuwaiti citizens that access to public services, transport, hotels, and restaurants is allowed in the presence of valid vaccine certification. The vaccine certification must state that the vaccination cycle or the booster dose have been completed within six months before entering Italy.
23/12/2021: We kindly advise our estimated Kuwaiti Citizens currently in Milan and North of Italy to book their PCR exams in advance to avoid the congestion of laboratories due to the New Year Vacations.
24/09/2021: Kuwait Mosafer – Last Update .
20/09/2021: Kuwait Mosafer – Last Update .
20/08/2021: Kuwait Mosafer – Last Update .
12/08/2021: Entry from Kuwait to Italy
11/08/2021: Kuwait Mosafer – Last Update .
4/02/2021: From 07/02/2021, all Non- Kuwaitis citizens are prohibited from entering Kuwait for two weeks. This doesn’t apply to first-degree relatives of Kuwaiti citizens and domestic workers registered on the «Belsalameh» platform.
From 21/02/2021, all passengers arriving in Kuwait would have to undergo mandatory institutional quarantine of seven days in one of the hotels listed on the «Kuwait Mosafer» platform, followed by seven days of home isolation.
13/01/2021: Anyone entering the State of Kuwait from foreign states or territories is required to take a COVID‑19 PCR test before departure. The negative PCR test must have been conducted no more than 72 hours before the passenger’s arrival in Kuwait (72 hours from the actual test date and not of the result).