On May 19, Boryspil international airport hosted four passenger flights with Ukrainians who returned from abroad within the evacuation campaign. 535 people arrived from Yerevan, Tel Aviv, Amsterdam, and Riga. Ukraine's State Border Guard reported that on May 20.
The Border Guard staff performed temperature screening procedures. None of the passengers showed any symptoms of disease or complained about their health.
All passengers installed the Diy Vdoma (Act at Home) mobile app on their cellphones and obliged themselves to stay on self-isolation for 14 consecutive days.
The Ukrainian government has begun working to resume the international air traffic connection with foreign countries. A source in the diplomatic service told that to the Ukrainska Pravda news agency.
According to the interlocutor, Ukraine is not going to wait for the offers from other states. Instead, it begins negotiations on this matter on its own. So far, citizens of Ukraine and other non-EU member countries are banned from entering the Schengen area; the restrictions is to expire on June 15. So long, it remains unknown whether the EU plans to extend the travel ban.