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Nearly 6,000 expats deported from Kuwait since 2016 because of infectious diseases

Nearly 6,000 expats deported from Kuwait since 2016 because of infectious diseases : Google

Kuwait has deported 5,879 expats since 2016 amid concerns over infectious diseases according to Kuwaiti Health Minister Sheikh Dr. Basil Al-Sabah, local daily Kuwait Times reported.

The health minister said there were 576 cases of AIDS, 244 with Malaria, 2,068 with tuberculosis and 2,991 with hepatitis.


Those deported are re-examined at their home country’s medical centers, and in the case of negative results, Kuwait’s health ministry undersecretary is contacted in order to have the ban lift.

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Category: #Life | 2018/05/24 latest update at 6:00 AM
Source : Arab News | Photocredit : Google
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