PCR Test Requirement Removed, Decision Changed in 24 Hours

PCR Test Requirement Removed, Decision Changed in 24 Hours
PCR Test Requirement Removed, Decision Changed in 24 Hours

Within the framework of the recommendation of the Ministry of Health's Coronavirus Scientific Committee, the Ministry of Interior sent a circular to the governorates stating that there is no need for PCR testing to be applied to people who are unvaccinated or have not completed the vaccination process. It was noteworthy that the decision was changed after 24…

Within the framework of the recommendation of the Ministry of Health's Coronavirus Scientific Committee, the Ministry of Interior sent a circular to the governorates stating that there is no need for PCR testing to be applied to people who are unvaccinated or have not completed the vaccination process.

In the circular sent from the Ministry to the governorship of 81 provinces, attention was drawn to the recent course of the coronavirus epidemic and its impact on public health.

In the circular, “In the article containing the evaluations of the Ministry of Health within the framework of the recommendations of the Coronavirus Scientific Committee; Persons working in the schools of the Ministry of National Education (teachers, teachers, etc.) It has been reported that it has been reported that there is no need for screening with the PCR test, to the employees of all public and private workplaces, to the people who will participate in the student camps organized by public and private institutions.

In line with the relevant letter of the Ministry of Health, it was noted that it was decided to abolish all provisions of the circulars published by the ministry.

In addition, in line with the stated principles, it was requested to take the necessary measures to take the decisions of the provincial-district public health boards in accordance with the 27th and 72nd articles of the 'Public Health Law, not to cause any disruptions in practice and to cause unjust treatment.

Here is that circular:

CHANGE AFTER 24 HOURS

It was noteworthy that the circular sent to the governorships of 81 provinces by the Ministry of Interior was amended after 24 hours.

The application regarding the submission of a negative PCR test up to 180 hours before the entrance to certain areas or traveling by public transport of people who have not been vaccinated or have not completed the vaccination process and have not had the disease in the last 48 days, has been re-evaluated in accordance with the evaluations of the Ministry of Health General Directorate of Public Health to clear up misunderstandings. Edited.

In the circular, it is stated that the PCR test will be requested and not requested from people who are unvaccinated or have not completed the vaccination process and have not had the disease in the last 180 days.

Accordingly, PCR test for the unvaccinated or unvaccinated employees of nursing homes, nursing homes, love homes and prisons and detention houses who have not had the disease in the last 180 days, detainees and convicts in prisons and detention houses, people who will travel abroad (in line with the rules determined by the destination country) Scanning will continue.

In accordance with the evaluation of the General Directorate of Public Health, the PCR test will continue for people who will not be vaccinated or who have not completed the vaccination process and who have not had the disease in the last 180 days, who will travel between cities by plane.

From those who are unvaccinated or who have not completed the vaccination process and have not had the disease in the last 180 days, to those who will participate in events such as concerts, cinema and theater, to the personnel working in the schools of the Ministry of National Education (teachers, bus drivers, cleaning personnel, etc.), employees in all public and private workplaces. Those who will participate in the student camps organized by public and private institutions will not be screened with the PCR test.

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