Lahore, 1st June: Turkish Airlines has issued new travel instructions amid the coronavirus pandemic to be implemented from today.
According to the details, under the new travel guidelines, Turkey has made quarantine mandatory for those coming from Pakistan.
Turkish Airlines announced their new policy on their official Twitter account on June 1st:
To the Attention of Our Passengers;
Within the scope of the measures against the Covid-19 pandemic, new decisions have been taken by the official authorities of the Republic of Turkey regarding entry into Turkey, as of June 1, 2021.
— TK HelpDesk (@TK_HelpDesk) May 31, 2021
The statement said that the citizens of Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and Nepal must take a negative PCR test 72 hours in advance to enter Turkey.
According to the instructions, passengers from Pakistan, India and Bangladesh will have to be quarantined for 14 days in Turkey, after which if their PCR test is negative, the quarantine will be lifted.
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