KUWAIT: Kuwait Municipality’s Public Relations Department announced that all preparations for the holy month of Ramadan had been made, including the ‘Your Health Concerns Us’ campaign that involved several inspections of various markets and stores selling foodstuff. The department also explained that Mubarak Al-Kabeer inspectors inspected foodstuff stores and co-ops in Subhan and Sabah Al-Salem that resulted in filing 14 citations and destroying 51 kg of foul products.
After receiving many complaints from Omariya residents, Farwaniya Governor Sheikh Faisal Al-Humoud Al-Malek Al-Sabah called the Municipal Council Chairman Muhalhel Al-Khaled to discuss the possibility of relocating the zoo.
Municipal Council deputy chairman Meshaal Al-Juwaisri urged the municipality’s executive body to closely monitor cleaning companies’ work during Ramadan, especially in private and model residential areas.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) yesterday announced the working hours of various polyclinics during Ramadan. In this regard, MoH’s primary healthcare director Dr Rehab Al-Watyan said that Fahaheel, Reqqa, Adan, Ali Sabah Al-Salem and West Sabahiya clinics would be working 24/7. Watyan added that Dhaher, Fintas and Mubarak Al-Kabeer clinics would work from 9:00 am till midnight including weekends and official holidays. She added that clinics in Ahmadi, Jaber Al-Ali, East Mubarak Al-Kabeer, Egaila, Abu Halifa, east Sabahiya, Adan and Fahd Al-Ahmed would work in the morning and evening periods.
By Meshaal Al-Enezi