The State Border Guard Service of Ukraine says about 4,900 Ukrainians have returned to their home country over the past day.

"Officers of the State Border Guard Service carried out 10,400 border control operations. Almost half of them (about 4,900) were Ukrainian citizens crossing in. These figures remained at the level of the previous day," reads the report.

As of the morning of April 1, there are no queues at border checkpoints.

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Of all Ukrainians who returned from abroad in the past a day, 1,900 arrived without their own transport, with vehicles being provided by local authorities and the State Emergency Service.

In addition, over 4,000 people crossed out of Ukraine during the day, including 1,500 foreigners.

"Over the past day, border guards together with representatives of the sanitary-quarantine departments have conducted temperature screening and a medical condition survey of 6,300 persons. Following additional medical checkups, no signs of COVID-19 have been detected.  All Ukrainians crossing in have signed self-isolation consent papers.