Turkey announced on Friday that it will no longer require travellers from Pakistan who are completely vaccinated to enter the country as of September 4.
Travelers from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and India will be required to present negative PCR test results received up to 72 hours before entering Turkey, according to the new restrictions.
Exemption from quarantine will be granted to those who can provide documented proof of having received two doses of COVID-19 vaccines approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) or Turkey, or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, at least 14 days prior to entering Turkey.
The quarantine requirements for travellers who do not have proof of immunisation are that they quarantine at their homes or the locations that they will declare, whereas tourists must quarantine at the hotels that they have booked.
Each of them will be required to undergo a PCR test on the tenth day of their quarantines, with the results of the test being revealed at the conclusion of their quarantine. On the other hand, people who do not provide a PCR sample by the tenth day will be confined for a period of fourteen days.
In the event of a positive PCR test result, the patient will be treated in accordance with the standards set forth by the Turkish Ministry of Health.
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