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Kazakhstan and China will resume commercial flights from July 1

26.06.2022 ТАСС 184 просмотров

Passengers traveling to China will need to pass two PCR tests for coronavirus, spend 10 days on self-isolation before departure and sign a corresponding letter of guarantee.


The authorities of Kazakhstan and China will resume commercial flights between the two countries from July 1. This was announced on Sunday by the press service of the Chinese Embassy in Kazakhstan.

"According to the relevant agreements between the Chinese and Kazakh sides, direct commercial flights between the two countries will resume on July 1," the message reads.

It was noted that passengers traveling from Kazakhstan to China need to pass two PCR tests: 48 hours and 24 hours before departure in two different laboratories designated by the Embassy and the Consulate General of China. In addition, within 12 hours before departure, passengers must pass an additional antigen test, which will need to be presented at check-in.

Before departure to China, passengers must spend 10 days in self-isolation in Kazakhstan, independently monitor their health and sign an appropriate letter of guarantee.

Kazakhstan suspended passenger air transportation with China in February 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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