On Friday, Turkey has lifted its quarantine prerequisite for completely immunized voyagers from Pakistan, viable from 4 September.
As per the new guidelines, voyagers from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and India should submit negative PCR test results acquired as long as 72 hours prior to entering Turkey.
Travellers who produce recorded verification of having gotten two dosages of COVID-19 antibodies supported by the World Health Organization (WHO) or Turkey, or one portion of the Johnson and Johnson immunization somewhere around 14 days prior to entering Turkey will be exempted from quarantining.
travellers lacking evidence of inoculation should quarantine at their homes or the addresses that they will proclaim, while travellers are needed to quarantine at their booked inns.
Every one of them should take a PCR test on the 10th day of the quarantine, and a negative will result toward the finish of their quarantine. Be that as it may, the individuals who don’t take the PCR test on the 10th day will be quarantined for fourteen days.
If there should arise an occurrence of a positive PCR test result, the patient will be managed by the rules given by the Turkish Ministry of Health.