News in Brief ❑❑❑ Kuwaiti arrested:
PCR charges vary:
The charges for PCR tests for people who wish to travel (Kuwaitis and expatriates) vary between government health centers and private hospitals, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
The daily visited a number of health centers and private hospitals and was surprised to see the different charges which ranged between 25 dinars and 40 dinars.
Meanwhile, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) has apologized to the visitors whose appointment dates were disrupted, Tuesday, because one of the visitors and his sons caused disturbance of work in the Visitors Hall, reports Al-Rai daily.
The CSC said in a statement it will continue to serve all visitors who are committed to their appointments and the health requirements prescribed by the competent authorities. The CSC thanked the Ministry of the Interior for its prompt response and for taking legal action against those who caused the disturbance.
Police have arrested two teenagers, and the search is on for four others for insulting their friend and beating him with shoes inside the parking lot of a cooperative society, reports Al-Anba daily.
According to the victim’s lawyer Hawraa Al-Habib, who has filed a case on behalf of her client, the suspects not only beat the boy but filmed the act and posted it in the social media. They did this as revenge for the incident that had happened when they were in school.
Attorney Al-Habib said this incident is disgusting and has vowed to demand maximum punishment for the suspects as stipulated by law saying her client was subjected to not only physical torture but also psychological.
The Kuwaiti, who had allegedly shot and injured his sister due to family disputes and went into hiding, has been arrested by the police,