The Kuwaiti Cabinet has decided to suspend work at all ministries, state institutions, colleges and public and private schools today (Thursday) as a precautionary move due to unstable rainy weather.
The decree is attributed to expected heavy rains and forecasts of unstable weather conditions in the country, the cabinet said in its Twitter account yesterday.
It spoke highly of citizens and residents’ commitment to all instructions and warnings announced by concerned state agencies and bodies.
Accordingly, the Civil Service Commission said today would be a day-off, pursuant to the cabinet’s edict, Kuwait news agency KUNA reported.
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