Kuwait: The Kuwait Metropolis Municipality is working to separate the burial websites at Sulaibikhat Cemetery between residents and residents, native media reported.
Residents will proceed to be buried on the outdated web site, however residents will likely be transferred to the forensic cemetery on the south aspect.
A number of adjustments are underway on the cemetery because of the COVID-19 pandemic as new laws and measures are put in place to make sure social distancing.
That stated, as Kuwait plans to elevate the partial curfew on the primary day of Eid Al Fitr, the cemetery’s opening hours will likely be longer from 5 a.m. to six p.m.
The municipality has additionally banned the holding of funeral prayers inside the primary cemetery corridor and as an alternative arrange makeshift exterior shade constructions and air-conditioned areas in order that guests can pray exterior.
As well as, for the reason that closure of the outside room, the municipality has put in umbrellas that function an outside room for the reason that indoor area is closed to obtain condolences.