Finally, life returned to the streets of Kuwait after almost a month of the comprehensive ban, and as soon as the clock ranged at six in the morning, the people breathed a sigh of relief, and citizens and residents set out from all sides, except for the isolated areas that witnessed crowds within its borders, while the streets and main roads crowded, and witnessed a movement Heavy traffic from residents of the areas covered by the lifting of the partial ban,
In light of the widespread presence of field security personnel to impose control and law enforcement in accordance with the instructions of the Council of Ministers. The entrances and exits of the isolated areas witnessed a major security position, as the National Guard secured Khaitan, and the army tightened its grip on Farwaniya, while the Interior Ministry members secured Hawalli, Jleeb, and Mahbula.
The situation changed from stillness to movement, and from inactivity to activity, in a message from everyone that they were tired and tired of staying in homes and disrupted life and business, due to the Corona virus, and the tongue of their state was: “We are coming .. keen on diverging .. and committed to ways of coexistence with the epidemic Until victory over him. ” It was remarkable, and strange at the same time, that large numbers of citizens flocked to some restaurants and cafes, especially those with foreign brands, as there were queues of cars to order from. He did not resist that “gift” and reduce its momentum except for the lack of activities that have resumed its movement in the framework of the first stage of the return to normalcy that was approved by the Council of Ministers for the labor necessary to meet the needs of customers. Many owners of companies and customers alike complained about the slow delivery of the service,
Because these companies relied on employees who live in isolated areas such as Jleeb, Al-Farawaniyah, Hawalli, Mahboula and Khaitan, and after isolating the areas they could not get out and resume work, which contributed to the overcrowding of service centers, the accumulation of customers, and their dissatisfaction with the length of the completion of the work. In this regard, citizens demanded to amend the return plan and accelerate the wheel of work in accordance with the specific health regulations for coexistence with “Corona”. Nasser Al-Rashidi complained to Al-Qabas of taking too much time to replace his car’s tires with one of the tire companies in Al-Ahmadi Industrial Zone, indicating that he spent nearly 4 hours until he completed this work, which was taking more than half an hour in normal days. Missing labor The owner of the company that provides this service justified the delay in its completion due to the lack of many professional workers because of the isolation of the areas in which they live, stressing that «there is employment we do not know where it is or how to live, where we lost all means of communication with them», calling for a search for a solution to run a wheel Life and bring to life the activities that they provide and save customer times.
While Al-Rashidi advised that the gradual life should return to normal, he stressed the necessity of adhering to the protective conditions from wearing masks and gloves and not going out except for necessity, until that crisis has passed, especially since there are those who do not adhere to social divergence and do not wear gags and gloves, even if the majority takes into account that. The crowding and the slow pace of completion of the works did not change the overall picture of the return of life and movement throughout Kuwait. Despite the foregoing, and after a long period of clearing the streets of passers-by, the pulse returned to the street, so the activities of the first stage, which included preparing mosques to work according to health requirements, began with many intends Among the citizens and residents of the industrial areas to repair their cars, change their tires, and maintenance, shipping, gas and laundry companies opened their doors to receive customers. On the ground, the movement partially endured in the courts that began its urgent work of cases and renewed incarceration of the accused, while the prosecution continued its work as usual, but the corridors of the Palace of Justice were not free from mandates because most of them are present in isolated areas.
First day insurance plan The Ministry of the Interior, in coordination with the military authorities, implemented an extensive field plan to secure the country in the first days of life in part, and the following are its most prominent elements: 1 – The proliferation of field sector patrols in the main roads and streets. 2- Establishing fixed and mobile security points. 3 – Checking permits not to be subjected to excluded professions. 4- Checking the health controls and wearing masks. 5- An urgent follow-up to the security situation inside the regions. 6 – Field trips to the senior security leaders. 7 – The deployment of intelligence officers in residential areas of monitoring and insurance. 8 – Take into account humanitarian situations and emergency conditions. 9 – Dealing with violators with the principle of self-control and the application of the law to all. 10 – An advanced mechanism to transfer information and events from the field to the operating room. Prevention obligation More than one references to the shops and garages of the industrial zone emphasized the necessity of adhering to the protective conditions by wearing masks and gloves and not going out except for necessity, especially since there are those who do not adhere to social divergence and are not keen on means of prevention,
even if the majority takes into account that. Restaurants and cafes Home delivery companies began arranging their papers to receive orders and facilitate ways to meet them to make up for what was missing, restaurants and cafes prepared to provide customers with their cars, and food retail cars moved to transport food to groceries after they were limited under the overall ban. Buses transport workers Buses of companies and institutions spread in the streets with the early morning hours to transport workers, as gas stations made their services available to customers, and hospitals and private clinics began receiving patients, and inaugurated car shows, garages, spare parts stores, and car wash stations, their activities to compensate for the losses of the past recession