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Fully vaccinated Indians can travel to this country without quarantine mandate

The Turkish interior ministry issued a circular detailing a fresh set of travel guidelines on Thursday that said passengers arriving in Turkey from India, Bangladesh and Pakistan will either need to provide a negative RT-PCR test or proof of administration of both doses of Covid-19 vaccine approved by the World Health Organization (WHO). On the 7th day of the isolation, passengers will have to undergo another RT-PCR test – if the result of that comes as negative then the quarantine will be lifted, whereas if the report turns out to be positive, they will be provided with treatment as per the Turkish health ministry.

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