Kazakhstan national arrived from Dubai, tests positive for COVID-19 NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM 20 international flights arrived in Kazakhstan from Italy, China, Sri Lanka, the UAE, Egypt, Turkey, Georgia, Russia, Belarus, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan on January 8, the Telegram Channel of the interdepartmental commission for prevention of coronavirus spread in Kazakhstan.
Japan to require all people entering country to submit COVID-19 test TOKYO. KAZINFORM Japan will further tighten its border controls from Saturday by requiring all people arriving to submit negative results from virus tests taken within 72 hours of their departure for Japan during the period of the latest state of emergency.
162 Kazakhstanis arrived from abroad without PCR tests tested negative NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM 14 international flights arrived in Kazakhstan on January 5 from Germany, South Korea, India, the Maldives, Egypt, Turkey, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, the Telegram Channel of the interdepartmental commission for prevention of coronavirus spread in Kazakhstan reads.
11 Kazakhstanis tested positive for COVID-19 after arriving from abroad NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM 9 international flights landed in Kazakhstan on December 30 from the Netherlands, the UK, Egypt, Turkey, the UAE, Belarus and Uzbekistan, the Telegram Channel of the interdepartmental commission for prevention of the coronavirus spread in Kazakhstan under the Government reads.
Above 86% air passengers have PCR test results NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM 8 international flights from Turkey, the UAE, Russia, Belarus and Azerbaijan arrived in Kazakhstan on December 28, the official Telegram Channel of the interdepartmental commission for prevention of coronavirus spread at the Kazakh Government reads.
EU travel, border chaos due to new UK coronavirus strain MADRID. KAZINFORM The discovery of a new highly infectious strain of coronavirus in the United Kingdom has caused severe travel disruption in the European Union, where some countries have extended border closures for UK travelers, while others have lifted the travel bans, albeit with restrictions remaining in place.
Kazakhstan joins World Logistics Passport as hub for Central Asia DUBAI/ALMATY. KAZINFORM Kazakhstan is boosting its position as a trade hub for Europe and Asia by joining the World Logistics Passport (WLP), a major Dubai initiative established to increase trading opportunities between developing markets.