80 Russians visited Tanzania after the resumption of air traffic

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Within six days from the moment Russia partially resumed international flights, 80 citizens of the country visited Tanzania. This was reported to Izvestia at the Tanzanian Embassy in Moscow.

According to the diplomatic mission, the most popular destinations are the resort island of Zanzibar and the country’s largest economic center, Dar es Salaam. Upon arrival in Tanzania, tourists are not required to have any certificates for a negative test for COVID-19 – they only measure their temperature. In addition, it is mandatory to wear masks at airports; air harbors are equipped with dispensers with disinfectants.

“As far as we know, some airlines ask for a negative test result for COVID-19 before boarding, so please check the requirements with the air carriers,” the embassy said.

Russia has resumed flights with a number of countries since August 1, which was closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Prior to that, only export flights were allowed, with which Russians were returned to their homeland.

From August 1, flights were resumed with the UK, Turkey and Tanzania. Until August 10, planes from Russia will fly only to Istanbul and Ankara. Then flights will begin to three other Turkish resorts – Antalya, Bodrum and Dalaman. Flights with Switzerland will resume on 15 August.

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