The HEPP code application prepared by the Ministry of Health for the epidemic period is integrated into Antalyakart, which is used in public transportation in Antalya. Boarding on public transport with HES code will start soon.
As part of the fight against the Covid-19 outbreak, Antalya Metropolitan Municipality is preparing for the HES Code application in order to prevent citizens who need to be in quarantine from using public transportation vehicles. In this context, necessary studies have been initiated with the Ministry of Health. The HES code application prepared by the Ministry of Health for the epidemic period will be integrated into Antalyakart, which is used in public transportation in Antalya. With the approval of the Ministry, HES code will be defined on the cards with the HEPP query and public transportation will be provided.
Antalya Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Planning and Rail Systems Department, Information Technology Department and Antalya Transportation Inc. . He is running a feverish work.
APPLICATION STARTING SOON
According to the circular, the necessary integration will be made between the Antalyakart, which is used in the travels made with the city public transportation vehicle (bus, minibus, Antray and nostalgia tram), and the Ministry of Health Hayat Eve Sığar (HES) application. With the work that has come to an end, boarding with HES code on public transportation vehicles will start soon.
THE VIOLATION WILL BE NOTIFIED TO THE MINISTRY
When the study is completed, cardholders who do not match the HES Code with Antalyakart and Antalya cards (during the isolation period) of risky citizens who have been diagnosed with Covid-19 disease or have contacts will be invalid in transportation vehicles. Although he was informed that he should be in isolation due to being diagnosed with or having contact with Covid-19, the information of the people who are found to be using public transportation vehicles will be reported to the Ministry of Interior for the implementation of the necessary administrative sanctions.