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Heavy rain effect-ministries, schools, banks shut;no injuries or deaths

Kuwait’s Ministry of Health confirmed yesterday that there were no injuries or deaths due to the unstable weather conditions and heavy rainfall. Director of Emergency Medical Department Munther Al-Jalahmeh said that his department has made all preparations to deal with effects of the ongoing unstable weather conditions in the country. Ministry of Health (MoH) official Dr Rehab Al-Watyan said that 42 health centers operated overtime yesterday.Kuwait Fire Service Directorate (KFSD) had advised people to stay home and not venture outside due to rainwater flooding some roads.There were other incidents reported of trees falling, car shades collapsing and lifts malfunctioning. Boats and water pumps were used in most cases.The Ministry of Water and Electricity said that no power outages or malfunctions had been reported at power stations because of the heavy rain.Kuwait’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said in the meantime that air traffic at Kuwait International Airport proceeded normally despite the heavy rain.All schools in addition to colleges and institutes affiliated with the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET) and Kuwait University (KU) were closed yesterday due to unstable weather conditions.– KUNA

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