Volgograd residents, like all other Russians, will be able to fully travel no earlier than mid-2021, when the borders are fully opened.
This forecast was made by Alexander de Junyac, CEO of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), lenta.ru writes.
He said that by mid-2021, the resumption of flights could be facilitated by widespread testing for coronavirus and the emergence of a vaccine against it.
Junyak also added that airlines have already emerged that want to make vaccination a prerequisite for travel abroad.
Recall that in the Volgograd region, coronavirus was confirmed in 233 people over the past day. Now the number of people infected has reached 25,717 since the beginning of the pandemic. 24,256 Volgograd residents recovered from the coronavirus.