Since September 14, Turkey has been accepting without tests only Russians with a certificate of vaccination with “Sputnik V” or those who have been ill. Those vaccinated with other Russian vaccines need to present a PCR test or an antigen test. About it informs Interfax with reference to the Association of Tour Operators of Russia.
“According to the data of large tour operator companies, since September 14, Turkey has been accepting without tests only tourists with Sputnik V vaccination certificates and those who have been ill. However, the second dose must be given at least 14 days prior to arrival. Tourists with other Russian vaccines, who fly on vacation on September 14 and later, must have a negative PCR test result (made no earlier than 72 hours before arrival in Turkey) or an antigen test result (made no earlier than 48 hours ). The vaccination certificate must be in English with the data of the passport and a QR code, ”said ATOR.
As explained in the association, tour operators received information about the new requirements from airlines.
Earlier it was reported with reference to tour operators that Turkey has stopped accepting certificates of vaccination with Sputnik Light since September 3.