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Turkey no longer requires testing and quarantine for vaccinated passengers

Turkey no longer requires testing for COVID-19 and quarantining vaccinated passengers. According to the Turkish government, passengers who present proof of complete vaccination, either one or two doses, of an immunizer approved by the World Health Organization, qualify as fully immunized. The certificate must be in English and prove that the last dose was applied more than 14 days ago. If you are not fully vaccinated, you must present a test to avoid quarantine. Turkey accepts RT-PCR tests, done at least 72 hours before arrival time, or an antigen test, done at least 48 hours before arrival time. Both vaccinated and unvaccinated passengers must complete the country’s health form, which can be found at this link. – https://passageirodeprimeira.com/turquia-deixa-de-exigir-teste-e-quarentena-para-vacinados/