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Travel to Turkey Responsibly: Covid-19 Restrictions
While you are discovering all the beauties of Alacati during your holiday here, we want to inform you that about travel to Turkey and covid-19 restrictions during the pandemic. We recommend that you create a travel plan responsibly and take the appropriate precautions so that you can continue your travel comfort in the best way and have a pleasant trip with your family and loved ones. We will be looking forward to your travel to Turkey, Alacati.
Turkey Temporary Travel Restrictions (As of July 1, 2021)
Passengers from Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka are prohibited from entering Turkey until further notice.
Passengers (over 6 years old) arriving to Turkey from the United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt and Singapore must present a negative PCR test result taken in the last 72 hours prior to arrival to Turkey.
Passengers aged over 6 and who are not covered by the first and second descriptions above will enter the Turkey are expected to present the documents/certificates issued by the relevant country’s official authorities at the first point of departure that they have been vaccinated at least 14 days before entering Turkey or have had COVID-19 disease in the last six months starting from the 28th day of the first PCR positive test result.
Covid-19 Vaccination in Turkey (As of August 07, 2021)
In a statement made by the Ministry of Health on August 07, 2021 it was reported that;
41.645.444 million people have been vaccinated 1st of dose,
28.603.164 million people have been vaccinated 2nd of dose,
throughout the country and that vaccination continues at all speeds.
When and where should I wear a mask in Alacati?
In the statement made on August 06, 2021 with an increase of up to 450% compared to the previous month, the number of new Covid-19 cases per day is reported as 23.957
As of July 27, 2021; there is no decisions have been made about the mask, so wearing the mask continues and is recommended, regardless of whether it is an open – closed area or vaccinated.
What precautions should I take during travel to Turkey?
During the trip, everyone should clean their hands frequently, cough (or sneeze) into it or into a handkerchief by bending their elbow, and try to maintain a physical distance of at least a meter from others.
Passengers must follow the advice of the travel authorities and the airline for the flight in relation to the policies at the airport and wear masks
The travel company wants me to wear a mask when I travel. What kind of mask should I use?
You should follow the advice of your travel company. If the type of mask is not specified, a medical (surgical) mask should be worn when traveling.
Can I be health screened when I arrive at the destination?
Whether a health check will be done or not depends on country policies and risk & benefit analysis. It includes measures such as exit and entry health screening, temperature control, and checking for signs and symptoms (fever above 38°C, cough).
What do I do if I have symptoms or get sick when I arrive in Turkey, Alacati or Cesme?
If you have any symptoms or have come into contact with people with COVID-19, you may be asked to be tested for COVID-19. Even if the test result is not positive, an emergency phone number should be provided for you to call in case symptoms occur later.
Within the scope of Health Tourism and Tourist Health, to patients and tourists coming from abroad, 7 days and 24 hours, by phone number (444 4728); It is reported that translation services are provided in English, Arabic, Russian and German languages.
If foreign patients call the 184 Sabim line in a foreign language, it provides translation services with a triple conference system.
In case foreign patients call the 112 emergency line in a foreign language, it provides interpreting services with a triple conference system.
What should I do if I get sick while traveling?
If you become ill during your trip, inform your travel agent (plane, ship, train, bus, etc.). You can move to a seat further away from others. Ask for advice on what to do by a healthcare provider and seek help right away.