Briton without PCR certificate deported from Aktau airport

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A British citizen who arrived at Aktau airport without a PCR certificate for coronavirus was deported, reports.

"A British citizen was deported on October 24 this year from the Aktau airport due to the absence of a PCR certificate," - Sadvakas Baigabulov, chief state sanitary doctor of the Republic of Kazakhstan for transport wrote on his Facebook page.

According to him, on the night of October 24, 9 flights, 1158 passengers arrived in Kazakhstan, including 951 with certificates, 207 citizens of Kazakhstan - without certificates.

4 flights arrived to Nur-Sultan, 471 passengers, with certificates - 385, without certificates - 86;

to Almaty - 4 flights, 588 passengers, with certificates - 472, without certificates - 116;

to Aktau - 1 flight, 99 passengers, with certificates - 94, without certificates - 5.

Citizens of Kazakhstan who arrived without certificates were quarantined for PCR analysis in Nur-Sultan, Almaty and Aktau.

Passengers arrived on international flights from Turkey, UAE, Belarus and Egypt.
14:05, 24 October 2020