ANKARA: Turkey has banned flights to six countries, including India, to prevent the spread of a new variant of the corona virus, Delta.
According to the World News Agency, Turkey has announced that it will end the Corona lockdown from July 1 due to a significant reduction in the number of new cases in the country. Travel bans have been imposed on 6 countries.
The Turkish Interior Ministry has banned flights to six countries, including India, including Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Brazil and South Africa, while offering PCR tests to passengers from other countries upon arrival in Turkey. Which should be negative, but these passengers must also be quarantined for 14 days.
A statement issued by the Turkish Interior Ministry said that SOPs for passengers coming from Pakistan and Afghanistan have been relaxed and those arriving in Turkey with negative PCR test will be given 10 days instead of 14 days. Must stay in quarantine until
It should be noted that the number of people infected with corona in Turkey is more than 5.4 million and about 50,000 people have died from this deadly virus. However, 42.6 million and more than 13,000 vaccines have been administered across the country.