129 people evacuated from Italy to Ukraine

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On March 25, the plane from Rome arrived at Boryspil Airport, carrying 129 passengers, mostly Ukrainians and foreigners, particularly citizens of Moldova, as 112 Ukraine TV channel reported.

“About 1:00 p.m. the flight from Italy, Rome, landed at Boryspil Airport. 129 passengers were on board. The Italian carrier transferred people to Kyiv. All passengers passed the enhanced control, all passengers passed the temperature screening in the cabin,” the message said.

Besides, the medical control works at the entrance to terminal B, which offers everyone to pass express tests for coronavirus.

Related: Almost 90 thousand people returned to Ukraine due to coronavirus epidemic

One of the Ukrainians, who returned from Italy, said that she was forced to return as her surgery was canceled. Besides, the team of athletes returned as the Olympic Games were postponed.

Besides the enhanced control, all passengers got the recommendations on how to protect from coronavirus and what to do if the symptoms appear. They promised to self-isolate.

As we reported, 78,592 citizens from all over the world have been evacuated to Ukraine after the air service was ceased.

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