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Russia will limit air traffic with South Korea

Russia will limit air traffic with South Korea
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Starting March 1, Russia will impose a restriction on air traffic with South Korea. Measures are taken due to the worsening situation with coronavirus in this country.

According to Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova at a briefing, flights will continue to be carried out only by Aeroflot and its "daughter" - Aurora. The latter will fly in charters until it takes out all Russian citizens from South Korea. Aeroflot will operate flights to Moscow, to Sheremetyevo Airport.

Restrictive measures will be taken with respect to Iran. Since February 28, a ban has been introduced on the issuance of transit visas from this country, as well as a ban on the issuance of ordinary visas, except for business and humanitarian. In addition, tour operators and ordinary tourists were advised not to visit Italy, the situation with the coronavirus also worsened there.

In South Korea, more than 1 people have already become infected with the coronavirus, 200 have died. In Iran and Italy in recent days there has been a sharp increase in the number of cases.

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