PCR Test Requirement Removed for Unvaccinated People in Turkey

PCR Test Requirement Removed for Unvaccinated People in Turkey
PCR Test Requirement Removed for Unvaccinated People in Turkey

PCR testing for unvaccinated people was terminated in Turkey. The circular in question was sent to the governorships by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

The circular sent to 81 provincial governorships was created within the framework of the recommendation of the Ministry of Health's Coronavirus Science Board.

The decision taken is as follows: “People who have not been vaccinated or have not completed the vaccination process and have not had the disease in the last 180 days, before traveling between cities by plane, bus, train or other public transportation vehicles, before attending events such as concerts, cinema and theater, at the schools of the Ministry of National Education. It has been reported that it is evaluated that there is no need for screening with the PCR test to the personnel (teachers, bus drivers, cleaning personnel, etc.), employees in all public and private workplaces, and those who will participate in student camps organized by public and private institutions.

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