More than 300 citizens of Kazakhstan arriving on Friday night by flights placed on quarantine
Astana. October 23. KazTAG - More than 300 citizens of Kazakhstan who arrived on Friday night flights have been quarantined, reports the Interdepartmental Commission on the situation with coronavirus infection (CVI) in Kazakhstan.
“11 international flights arrived with 1291 passengers on Friday night, including passengers with PCR certificates - 962, without certificates - 329 , of them: to Nur-Sultan - five flights, 522 passengers, with certificates - 373, without certificates - 149 ; to Almaty - five flights, 728 passengers, with certificates - 548, without certificates - 180; to Aktau - one flight, 41 passengers, with certificates - 41. Arriving citizens of Kazakhstan without certificates have been placed in quarantine hospitals for PCR tests in the cities of Nur-Sultan and Almaty," reads the statement.
The passengers arrived by international flights from Turkey, Egypt, UAE, Belarus, Georgia and Russia.
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