The Environment Public Authority is follow up the situation in Kuwait Bay through monitoring programs for areas where red tide and fish deaths are frequent.

A local Arabic daily said the authority is currently conducting the necessary surveys for the area, collecting samples and analyzing them periodically.

In view of the recent rise in temperature and stagnant water, in addition to some human activities (draining untreated water in rainwater networks) that contribute to reducing sea water quality, it is expected that phytoplankton will flourish, causing the phenomenon of red tides, which may be accompanied by the death of fish.

The Environment Public Authority will follow-up the environmental conditions in Kuwait Bay in the coming days.

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