Russians should stay in quarantine after arriving from abroad - Popova
Russian citizens arriving in the country from abroad by plane will have to be in self-isolation at home until the test results for the coronavirus are received.
This is stated in the Order of the country's chief sanitary doctor Anna Popova.
Recall that there is currently a requirement within three days after arriving from abroad to take a coronavirus test and upload its results to the website of state services.
Flights from Russia to Ankara and Istanbul, as well as to the UK, resumed on August 1.
Besides, flights to Tanzania are allowed.
Ten days later, the Russians had the opportunity to fly to Antalya, Bodrum, and Dalaman, and to Switzerland from August 15.
In the autumn, flights to Egypt, the UAE, and the Maldives resumed. Flights to Cairo began on September 9, Male on September 10, and to the Emirates on September 11. From September 27, it is planned to open flights with South Korea.