We know that nowadays a lot of attention is focused on Ukraine or, more accurately to say, on the events that may unfold in Ukraine. Before we recovered from the crisis related to endless lockdowns, vaccination programs for the population and implementation of security restrictions for citizens, residents and guests of the country from a terrible disease that we no longer want to name, another issue appeared on the agenda.
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While we see a resurgence of Covid cases in many parts of Europe and the US, India’s Covid graph has witnessed a significant decline in recent weeks and the overall recovery rate has improved to 97.38 per cent. India has successfully administered over 50 million doses of vaccination and looks on point to achieve 100% success by the end of 2021. The lockdown restrictions have been relaxed in most of the states and very few continue with the restrictions depending upon the test positivity rate in the respective cities.
A year has passed since Ukraine closed its borders, suspended the processes and made everyone work from home. Ukraine has adjusted to new conditions. So, let's review main points of changes in migration processes.