Turkish airline is planning to resume flights between Tel Aviv and Istanbul from June 24, four flights per week (Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday).
Turkish Airlines will be restarting flights to 40 destinations from Istanbul, which will afford Israelis a broad selection of connecting flights.
On Sunday, Uzbekistan said that travellers arriving from Israel, China, Japan and South Korea will be permitted to enter the country without quarantine, according to Reuters.
While travellers from other countries will be subject to restrictions, depending on the country.
The borders, which wasclosed since March, will re-open for diplomats, their family members, investors and medical tourists, as well as Uzbeks leaving the country for study or medical treatment, the cabinet said in a statement.
The former Soviet republic has confirmed 4,966 COVID-19 cases with 19 deaths.