Bishkek, December 5 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan announced on the 5th that all foreign citizens will be allowed to enter Kyrgyzstan International Airport on the premise of meeting the requirements of COVID-19 epidemic prevention.
According to the Information Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan, from December 4, all foreign citizens can enter through Manas, Osh and Isek Lake International Airports on the premise of meeting the requirements of COVID-19 epidemic prevention. Passengers must hold a negative nucleic acid test within 72 hours before arrival.
The briefing said that when the plane arrives, Kyrgyzstan health and quarantine personnel will require passengers to produce a negative nucleic acid test certificate and take temperature measurements on the plane. If the test results are timed out due to objective reasons such as flight time or flight delay, passengers must be tested for nucleic acid again upon arrival.
The government of Kyrgyzstan also allowed foreigners who travelled to Kyrgyzstan as international observers to supervise the entry of the 2021 presidential and parliamentary elections, the briefing said.
After the outbreak of COVID-19 in Kyrgyzstan in March this year, the government announced the cancellation of international flights and temporary restrictions on the entry of foreign citizens. As the epidemic stabilized in Kyrgyzstan, domestic and international flights in Kyrgyzstan have partially resumed, after allowing citizens of 33 countries to enter the country.
According to the news of Kyrgyzstan’s COVID-19 Prevention and Control Headquarters on the 5th, in the past 24 hours, there have been 401 new confirmed cases in the country, with a total of 74,774 confirmed cases; 5 new deaths, with a total of 1,290 deaths; 425 new cured cases, a total of 66,538 cured cases.