Russia To Resume Air Travel With India From Jan 27

Russian authorities have confirmed that flights between Moscow and the capitals of Finland, Vietnam, India and Qatar will resume from January 27. These flights were suspended since the early weeks of the pandemic and will now resume since certain epidemiological criteria have been met. An official statement following a government meeting revealed that the four countries were seeing fewer than 40 new cases per fortnight per 100,000 people.

Russia now only has a 0.7 percent increase in cases

As of Saturday, the centre said: “Over the past day, 24,092 coronavirus cases were confirmed across 85 Russian regions, including 3,113 cases (12.9 per cent) that were detected actively, with people showing no clinical symptoms.” The rate of increase is at 0.7 percent. Over the given period, Moscow confirmed 5,639 new coronavirus cases. It was followed by St. Petersburg with 3,625 cases, up from 3,094 the day before, and the Moscow Region with 1,300 new cases, down from 1,361 the day before.

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