The danger of crime in Kuwait is rated as low. Violent crimes against foreigners are uncommon, although they do happen. Women continue to face physical and verbal abuse. Kuwaiti drivers may sometimes be dangerous.
The government fully supports public health in local clinics and hospitals, with a 5KD ($17.88) charge paid by foreign visitors to Kuwait and a 1KD ($3.57) cost paid by expatriates with a resident visa or a visitor’s visa. Private non-governmental clinics are also available, although they are considerably more expensive, starting at 30KD ($107.31). In the event of an accident or an emergency, you will be entitled to free care. In the event of an emergency, dial 112.