Another 192 air passengers arrived in Kazakhstan without PCR certificates
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On the night of October 21, 871 air passengers arrived in Kazakhstan. 192 did not have PCR certificates, Kazpravda.kz reports.
"On October 21, a Russian citizen was deported from Nur-Sultan airport for the absence of PCR certificate. On the night of October 21, 11 flights arrived, 871 passengers, including 679 with certificates, 192 without certificates, of which: to Nur- Sultan - 6 flights, 513 passengers, with certificates - 355, without certificates - 158; to Almaty - 4 flights, 276 passengers, with certificates - 242, without certificates - 34; to Aktau - 1 flight, 82 passengers, with certificates - 82 ", - said the chief sanitary doctor for transport Sadvakas Baigabulov.
He added that the citizens of Kazakhstan who arrived without certificates were placed in quarantine hospitals for PCR test in Nur-Sultan and Almaty.
Earlier it was reported that the number of foreign flights in Kazakhstan will be reduced due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in the world.