A modified compartmental epidemic model was developed to simulate the state of Kuwait protocol in fighting COVID-19 pandemic. The next generation matrix method was used to drive an expression for the basic reproduction number, R0. Basic and effective reproduction numbers were calculated using data from the intrinsic growth rate of the confirmed COVID-19 cases. R0 was found to be 2.18. Three scenarios that varied by effective reproduction number were used to estimate the future course of the disease: a high value of R = 1.98, a middle value of R = 1.62, and a low value of R = 1.2. The maximum number of beds required in general hospitals in each scenario were estimated at 141 184, 85 341, and 16 412, respectively. For intensive care units, the estimated numbers of beds required were 16 461, 9 645, and 1788. Maximum deaths also varied and were estimated to be 29 202, 23 973, and 11 565. For the maximum value of R, it is estimated to peak on August 27, 2020. For the middle value of R, it is estimated to peak on September 20, 2020. For the minimum value of R, it is estimated to peak on December 21, 2020.