Turkey abolishes vaccination requirement for foreign tourists

Officials have announced that no vaccination certificates will be required for international travelers entering the country.

At this point, only a negative PCR test result will be required.

To further reassure visitors to Turkey, a priority vaccination program is already underway for employees of hotels and other tourist facilities for the upcoming tourist season.

As of yesterday, 20,775,790 doses of vaccination were administered in Turkey.

In addition, tourists visiting Turkey are offered a special insurance package – only 15 euros, which covers the costs associated with Covid-19, such as treatment, medication and emergency care that may arise in the case of transportation of visitors to the state – own or private hospital during your stay in Turkey.

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Covid-19 insurance also guarantees coverage for any additional living expenses that may be required during the trip, after issuing a medical certificate requiring them to be monitored at the hotel.

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