The UK government has included Turkey in the list of countries it recognizes to vaccinate, which saves those arriving from there the need to go into 10 days of self-isolation. This is stated in a statement by the Kingdom’s Ministry of Transport.
In addition to Turkey, another 36 states have been added to the countries of the European Union, Switzerland, the United States and a number of other destinations, including Brazil, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan and South Africa.
The decision comes into force next week.
Last month, UK authorities removed Turkey from the so-called COVID-19 red list. Starting September 22, those arriving from Turkey no longer need to self-isolate in specially designated hotels.