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More than 200 Far Easterners returned home from Seoul

More than 200 Far Easterners returned home from Seoul
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Aurora Airlines aircraft delivered to Khabarovsk and Vladivostok 223 Far Easterners who had been in Seoul for a long time and were waiting for evacuation. Local residents went home for self-isolation, the rest of the passengers were sent to observatories for two-week quarantine, and they all took coronavirus tests.

About 100 people delivered to Khabarovsk, 129 to Vladivostok. Moreover, the majority of passengers are residents of other regions of the Far East and Russia.

In the near future it is planned to evacuate the inhabitants of Primorye from Thailand and Japan. According to the press service of the government of the Primorsky Territory, in the near future, tourists will be able to return to Russia only through Novosibirsk.

On April 6, the Federal Air Transport Agency issued Aurora permission for a charter flight, the board practically flew from Khabarovsk, but the agency sent a telegram to revoke permission. New rules have been introduced for passengers, according to which they must go through a separate check-in through the State Services website. Lists of passengers were compiled when law enforcement officers checked all the data.

It was expected that more than 170 residents of the Khabarovsk Territory, Sakhalin, Kamchatka and other regions of the Far Eastern Federal District will be able to leave South Korea on April 9, but the Federal Air Transport Agency did not give permission for this. Far East recorded several video messages to the authorities with a request to take them home.

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