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From December 21 to January 10, Uzbekistan will suspend international flights, including inbound, outbound and transit, with the UK, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Austria, Australia, the Netherlands and South Africa. This decision was made by the Special Republican Anti-Coronavirus Commission, due to the detection of a new strain of COVID-19 and the difficult epidemiological situation in these countries.

Citizens of these countries and stateless persons permanently residing in these countries, as well as citizens of third countries who have visited these states within the last 14 days, are prohibited from entering Uzbekistan during the period of the restriction.

Uzbek nationals and stateless persons residing in the country who have been in the UK, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Austria, Australia, the Netherlands and South Africa over the past 14 days and entering Uzbekistan through third countries will be quarantined for 14-day in a quarantine center or at a hotel.

The restrictions will be gradually lifted as the epidemiological situation in the listed countries stabilizes, the commission said.

As of December 20, the daily number of detected cases of COVID-19 in the UK was 36 thousand, in Germany - about 21 thousand, in Italy - 15 thousand, in the Netherlands - 13 thousand, in South Africa - more than 9000, the commission said.

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