Flights from Moscow to Geneva will resume from Aug. 15 for passengers with residence permits in Switzerland, the TASS news company reported on Saturday, citing the Swiss embassy in Moscow.
It mentioned travellers from Russia should observe a 10-day quarantine on arrival, based on the news company.
Earlier on Saturday, a Russian authorities coronavirus response centre mentioned flights between Moscow and Geneva would initially be weekly, with no disclaimer about restrictions.
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Russia, which operated repatriation flights through the coronavirus lockdown, resumed some scheduled worldwide flights on Saturday, to Britain, Turkey and Tanzania.
International flights have been grounded on March 30 after the lockdown was imposed to curb the unfold of coronavirus, which has contaminated greater than 845,000 folks in Russia thus far, with over 14,000 deaths.
Russia introduced a partial reopening of its borders in June permitting folks to journey overseas for work, research, medical therapy or to take care of family.