Passengers who were brought by a charter flight from Jakarta quarantined at “Joyizar” sanitarium
On March 23, Uzbekistan Airways launched a charter flight Jakarta-Bukhara, reports the press service of the Bukhara governor. By this plane 54 passengers were carried, and 28 of them are men, 26 are women. All passengers are quarantined for two weeks at the “Joyizar” sanitarium resort.
As you know, Uzbekistan Airways has canceled all international flights since March 16 as part of quarantine measures in Uzbekistan in connection with the coronavirus. Currently, foreign citizens are brought to the country by charter flights.
Before this, it was reported that 253 Uzbek citizens were brought by a charter flight from Novosibirsk, 196 people brought on a charter flight from Seoul were placed in the “Chartak” sanatorium resort in Namangan, and the Defense Ministry tightened control over the quarantined areas.
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