Turkey Accepts Vaccinated Russian Tourists

Turkey allows entry for Russian tourists vaccinated with any Russian vaccine without PCR tests.

“Turkey receives Russian tourists who have received two doses of any Russian vaccine, that is, have been vaccinated. Otherwise, we request a negative PCR test done within 72 hours before flying to the republic, ” the head of the country’s Foreign Ministry, Mevlut Cavusoglu said.

Flights to Turkey were reopened on June 22. The rate of spread of coronavirus in Turkey is decreasing, and the authorities are gradually lifting restrictions.

The curfew imposed by the coronavirus pandemic will be lifted in Turkey from today, July 1.

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