Kuwait imposed a one-month partial curfew from 5 pm to 5 am starting from March 7, 2021 to help curb the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases registered in recent weeks. During the curfew hours, pharmacies, medical stores, Co-operative societies and supermarkets to continue operation only through delivery services.
Also during the curfew, people are allowed to go to Fajr, Maghreb and Isha prayers at mosques only by walking, while taxis are allowed to carry only two passengers. The government meanwhile allowed salons and health clubs to reopen during the day after a one-month closure but kept restaurants and cafes closed except for drive-through and delivery services.
Where to obtain a curfew pass?
Citizens and residents that need a pass during the curfew hours to leave their homes can apply for a pass at https://www.paci.gov.kw/. The pass is available for those in need of emergency medical treatment, doctor’s visits, blood donation, COVID-19 swaps and COVID-19 vaccinations.
Co-op delivery during curfew hours
During curfew hours, co-ops, grocery stores and other markets will be allowed to offer delivery services. Most co-ops will accept orders via delivery. Here is an incomplete list of co-op WhatsApp numbers. Each co-op will be responsible for deciding if and when they provide delivery services and not all may be providing.
Abdulla Al-Mubarak Co-op
Wafra Farm Co-op
Tel: 9883-5245 / 5170-0085
Rawdha & Hawally
Adan & Qusour Co-op
Tel: 5034-3111 / 6593-3975