The Environment Public Authority confirmed that no increase in sulfur gas was recorded in the regions of Kuwait.
The authority said in a statement that based on what was circulated on social media about a deadly sulfur gas leak that strikes several areas in Kuwait, the stations near Sabah Al-Salem area, which are Al-Salam, Al-Qurain, and Al-Rumaithiya, were confirmed, as no increase in hydrogen sulfide gas was recorded. .
The authority stated that the highest reading recorded in Al-Salam station was 13 parts per billion, and the national standard is 100 parts per billion.
The Environment Public Authority called for accuracy in disseminating information to avoid legal accountability.