This updates the news of 26 May 2020; As of 17 th March 2020, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) issued an Exceptional Travel Advisory Notice advising all British people against all non-essential travel worldwide (1). This advice is being kept under constant review (2). For British travellers who are normally based in the UK and would like to return to the UK, the GOV.UK website.
Coronavirus and Travel to Kazakhstan. The first case of the 2019-nCoV Coronavirus outbreak was reported in China’s Hubei province on 31st December 2019, and pneumonia caused by the virus has since resulted in a number of casualties in the country. Since the appearance of 2019-nCoV in China, it has been confirmed that human-to-human transmission is possible.
Altitude illness in Kazakhstan. There is a point of elevation in this country higher than 2,500 metres. Prevention. Travellers should spend a few days at an altitude below 3,000m. Where possible travellers should avoid travel from altitudes less than 1,200m to altitudes greater than 3,500m in a single day. Ascent above 3,000m should be gradual.The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting businesses globally by disrupting supply chains, travel, production and consumption, threatening operations and financial markets. Companies find themselves navigating a new reality, addressing issues from crisis response and cyber threats to valuations and financial stress. Our valuation, restructuring, security and risk management experts can help you.If you plan to travel to areas within 25km of Kazakhstan's borders, carry ID. Local authorities may ask to see proof of identity. Strict border controls apply to road travel between Almaty in Kazakhstan and Bishkek in the Kyrgyz Republic. Crossing the land border between the Kyrgyz Republic and Kazakhstan by car can be slow. Customs checks can.
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