Flights to these three states have been opened since August 1. According to ATOR, a certificate of the absence of coronavirus infection is not needed to travel to Turkey and Tanzania. You won't have to comply with a two-week quarantine. Although you can fly to the UK without a COVID-19 certificate, you will have to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
ATOR also reminded that to visit the UK you need to apply for a visa - the visa center operates in Moscow. Those traveling to Tanzania will also need a visa, but it can be issued on a meta - at the airport of arrival, or in one day in Moscow. A visa to Turkey, one of the most popular destinations for Russians, is not required.
Let us recall that from August 1, Russians will be able to fly to other countries from three cities: Moscow, St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-Don. While it is allowed to fly only to Turkey, Tanzania and Great Britain, however, eight more countries hope for the early opening of flights, since they are already ready to receive Russian tourists.
Meanwhile, WHO is confident that governments will not be able to keep borders closed for long, even despite the coronavirus.