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Are there any restrictions on covid-19 in Turkey?

Are there any restrictions on covid-19 in Turkey?

The Government of Turkey announced a four-tier system on local COVID-19 related restrictions. Provinces are now divided into 4 different risk groups: low (blue), medium (yellow), high (orange), and very high (red) based on infection and vaccination rates.

How old do you have to be to go out in Turkey?

Turkey has confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders. Turkish Citizens and residents under the age of 18 will be able to go out any time, in the company of a parent. This does not apply to foreign tourists. Turkish Citizens and residents above the age of 65 will be able to go out every day, between 10:00-20:00.

Is it safe to travel from Turkey to the UK?

Check the latest information on risk from COVID-19 for Turkey on the TravelHealthPro website. See the TravelHealthPro website for further advice on travel abroad and reducing spread of respiratory viruses during the COVID-19 pandemic. From 4am 12 May, direct flights from Turkey to England are prohibited.

Is it possible to travel by public transport in Turkey?

Travel by public transport is only possible with a travel permit, issued in exceptional circumstances including, but not limited to, attending the funeral of a family member, or travelling to hospital for medical treatment. Turkish citizens and residents can apply for travel permits through e-devlet or by calling ALO 199.

What to see in Turkey before you go?

Turkey’s diverse landscapes, adventure activities, incredible culture, ancient history, scrumptious food and interesting art make it a very worthwhile place to explore. Before you set off to see the landscapes of Cappadocia, mosques in Istanbul and mighty ancient ruins of Ephesus, here are five handy tips to help you travel safely and smart.

How did people survive the Ataturk Airport attack?

During and immediately after the attacks, hundreds of passengers and people inside the airport hid anywhere they could in shops, washrooms, and under benches. Two of the attackers detonated explosive devices, killing themselves; one other was killed, presumably by security forces.

Why is 29 June a national mourning day in Turkey?

Turkey declared 29 June as day of national mourning in response to the attack. The statement came from Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım to commemorate the victims of the attack.