Those who came to Turkey from India in the past ten days, are placed under quarantine for a period of 14 days in the places specified by the provinces.
Health Ministry officials have denied allegations that foreigners returning home from India came to Turkey and took leave so that they would not be kept in quarantine due to the risk of contracting COVID-19.
According to information obtained from ministry officials, for those who came to Turkey from India in the past ten days.
They are placed under quarantine for a period of 14 days in the places specified by the governorates.
A PCR test is performed
If the PCR test performed at the end of the quarantine period is negative, then the quarantine of these people will be terminated.
In addition, those who want to enter Turkey must have negative PCR tests within the past 72 hours.
In a statement issued after the Scientific Committee on Coronavirus on April 22, Health Minister Fakhruddin Kujah said that it is within the scope of measures to combat the Corona mutation known as the “Indian alternative.”
For people who want to enter Turkey from India, travel to India is isolated in dedicated dormitories and 14 days of observation, and it has been announced that they are being held.