Turkey has made the 14-day quarantine mandatory for travelers from eight countries, including India
Turkey has imposed a 14-day quarantine on passengers from eight countries, including India, to prevent the spread of covid-19. Turkish Airlines has announced that it will impose quarantine for 14 days for people from eight countries, including Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, and Nepal.
Passengers traveling to these countries within the last 14 days must submit a negative result of the PCR test conducted a maximum of 72 hours prior to entry back into the country.
Passengers arriving from the United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt, and Singapore must submit a negative result of the PCR test conducted a maximum of 72 hours prior to entry. Passengers from other countries are not required to submit a negative PCR test result.
Turkey has confirmed 7,112 new COVID-19 cases, including 602 symptomatic patients. The total number of infections in the country was 5,256,516. The death toll from the virus has risen to 47,656.