116 Stranded Indian Nurses Arrive

KUWAIT CITY, Sep 25: A batch of 116 Indian nurses arrived to Kuwait, after conducting swab test they were transferred to home quarantine as per the SOP laid by the Ministry of Health. They were received by the Public Relations and Media team at the Ministry of Health, Maysar Al-Hamad, Abdul-Rahman Al-Khalidi, Khaled Al-Rashidi, Saud Al-Dakhil, Badr Al-Aridi, Suhaj Al-Shammari and Yasser Abdel Aziz.

The stranded medical staff returned back on instructions of Health Minister Health Dr. Basil Al-Sabah, the Undersecretary of the Ministry Dr. Mustafa Reda and the Undersecretary of Support Medical Services Dr. Muhammad Al-Khashti and coordination of the Director of the Nursing Services Department, Sana Taqadam, and the Director of Public Relations and Media Mishaal Al-Enezi.

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