Russia resumes flights to France, Czech Republic from July 24 - coronavirus response HQ
MOSCOW. July 14 (Interfax) - Russia is resuming flights to France and the Czech Republic from July 24, the coronavirus response headquarters said following a meeting on Wednesday.
"After a discussion and with regard for the epidemiological situation in some countries, a decision was made to resume on a mutual basis starting from July 24, 2021 regular flights to the following countries: France on the Moscow-Paris and Moscow-Nice routes, with a frequency of four flights per week on every route, on the routes St. Petersburg-Paris and St. Petersburg-Nice with a frequency of two flights per week on every route; the Czech Republic on the route Moscow-Prague, with a frequency of four flights per week," the report said.
The coronavirus response headquarters recommends that citizens vaccinate before flying to foreign states to protect themselves against the novel coronavirus infection.
Russia has now resumed flights to some 50 countries.