Kuwait, Aug. 24 -- The Kuwait Civil Service Commission (CSC) has recently lifted the ban on hiring non-Kuwaiti individuals for a total of 773 vacancies in the Ministry of Health (MoH), local media reported.

This move comes as part of the ongoing workforce adjustments.

The ban was placed on a range of roles, as it allocated 46 jobs for doctors, 708 jobs for nursing staff, 13 jobs for technicians, and six for pharmacists.

As per a report by the Arabic daily Al-Anba,CSC has provided clear instructions to the Ministry of Health on the timing of filling these vacancies.

They advised that these posts should not be filled until the legal period for settling the leave balance of outgoing staff has ended.

In addition, the CSC stressed on the ...