Klement and Linda CamajKlement and Linda Camaj

Klement and Linda Camaj, who work at a Berlin-based think tank, went to Kuwait for work in early March.
In early May, the country announced a 24-hour coronavirus curfew, only allowing residents with identification out to grocery shop by appointment. 
The cheapest flights the couple found out of the country were $5,000 each, which was not possible for them. 
The US embassy told them it couldn’t help at this time. 
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When Kuwait announced earlier this month that it was implementing a 24-hour lockdown to stem the spread of the coronavirus, residents flocked to grocery stores by the thousands.

People stood in lines — some blocks long — in heat that exceeded 90 degrees, according to Klement and Linda Camaj, two Americans in Kuwait for work.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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