From July 1, Turkey will suspend flights with India, as well as Bangladesh, Brazil, Nepal, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Direct flights from these countries will be prohibited, and those who have visited them and then arrived in Turkey from another state will have to submit a negative PCR test done a maximum of 72 hours before entering the republic and spend two weeks in quarantine.
In countries with which air traffic is closed, cases of infection with a strain of coronavirus dubbed “Delta” have been recorded. It is believed to spread faster than others.
Earlier, Russia made a decision to restore communication with Turkey.