More than 300 citizens evacuated from UAE and Armenia return to Ukraine

Source : 112 Ukraine

Among those who arrived, they found people with fever or other symptoms of a disease
13:42, 11 May 2020

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More than 300 passengers arrived at Boryspil Airport near Kyiv on May 10; they were evacuated from the UAE and Armenia. The website of the State Border Service reports this.

It is noted that during the registration of flights from Sharjah and Yerevan, the border guards of the separate checkpoint ‘Kyiv’ carried out temperature screening procedures, checking the passengers' health.

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Among those who arrived, they found people with fever and other symptoms of illness.

For quarantine, the passengers of these flights chose self-isolation using the application "Act At Home". During passport control, border guards also checked the accuracy of the data entered in the mobile application.

In total, over the past day, May 10, Ukrainian border guards let less than 15,400 citizens in and out.

As reported, all people who returned from abroad must go to self-isolation for 14 days. People who returned from countries with local transmission of coronavirus should undergo mandatory observation.

As we reported before, Boryspil Airport has accepted five flights with passengers - from Hamburg, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Sharjah and London. About 700 people returned to Ukraine.

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