On July 24, in the morning, a direct charter flight of the National Air Carrier of Azerbaijan operated from Almaty landed in Baku.
Passengers tested negative for coronavirus infection (COVID-19) were allowed to board the flight operated from the capital of Kazakhstan. In accordance with the established rules, all 117 passengers must spend two weeks in self-isolation upon arrival.
To recap, the charter flights are performed according to a pre-agreed plan of the Operational Headquarters under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
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