Uzbekistan Airways announces the restoration of flights to UAE, Germany, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, and Kazakhstan.
Passengers planning flights to Uzbekistan with Uzbekistan Airways flights from the above countries will have to provide a certificate with a negative test result for COVID-19 by PCR in English or Russian, valid no more than 72 hours before the flight. (In the absence of a negative test result, passengers will be denied check-in for their flight).
Passengers arriving on regular flights from Germany, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey require a certificate with a negative test result for COVID-19 and will need to have their temperature measured and fill out a questionnaire with a commitment to 14-day self-isolation:
* For citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan – at the place of permanent residence
* For foreign citizens – at the place of temporary registration in Uzbekistan.
Passengers who have a fever or other symptoms upon arrival will be examined at the Tashkent airport. Passengers with a positive PCR test result will be hospitalized for treatment.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases for September 10 in Uzbekistan increased to 44,930. At the moment, 2,352 patients are treated in medical institutions in Uzbekistan in accordance with the standards, 427 of them are in serious condition, and 224 patients are in critical condition.
From September 5, the activities of public catering facilities, cultural and entertainment facilities, the activities of attractions in parks, the performance of collective prayers in religious organizations are allowed. The activities of preschool educational organizations and general education schools in a traditional and remote form is allowed. Citizens are required to wear masks when entering public transportation.