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Parametre September 2021 (20 years average)
Monthly Average Temperature 24,2 °C
Monthly Average of Daily Maximum Temperatures 29,5 °C
Monthly Average of Daily Minimum Temperatures 19,5 °C
Monthly Average Relative Humidity 63,55
Monthly Average Number of Rainy Days (mm=kg+m) OMGI 23,5
Average Number of Days with Monthly Total Precipitation 10 mm and Above 3,07

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In line with the views of the Ministries regarding the developments in the world and in our country in the course of the epidemic, the measures to enter the country (excluding the parts related to Afghanistan) put into effect pursuant to the relevant Circulars (a) and (b) are abolished and the new measures determined below to be effective as of Saturday, September 4, 2021 are considered to be necessary to be put into practice.

  1. The application regarding the already suspended flights to Brazil, South Africa, Nepal and Sri Lanka will continue until a new decision is taken and direct travel from these countries to our country will not be allowed.

Persons who come from another country but are found to have been in Brazil, South Africa, Nepal and Sri Lanka in the last 14 days will be requested to submit a negative PCR test report taken no more than 72 hours before entering our country, and these persons will be quarantined for 14 days at the places to be determined by the Governorships (provided that they cover their own fees). If the PCR test result on the 14th day of the quarantine is negative, the quarantine measure will be terminated. Those with a positive PCR test result will be isolated from the date the test result is positive, and the measure will be terminated when a negative result from the PCR test is obtained at the end of the 14th day.

  1. Persons coming to our country from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan will be required to submit the negative PCR test result taken no more than 72 hours before entering our country.

The persons, who come directly from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan, and who are found to have been in these countries in the last 14 days, documenting that they have received at least two doses (single dose for Johnson & Johnson) of the vaccines approved for emergency use by the World Health Organization or our country and that at least 14 days have passed since the last dose will be exempted from the quarantine application upon entry.

Those who cannot document that they have received at least two doses (single dose for Johnson & Johnson) of the vaccines approved for emergency use by the World Health Organization or our country and that at least 14 days have passed since the last dose will be quarantined at their residence or at the addresses they will declare, and will be subjected to PCR testing on the 10th day of the quarantine period; if the PCR test result on the 10th day is negative, the quarantine will be terminated, and those who do not have a PCR test on the 10th day will be kept in quarantine for 14 days and if the test results are positive, the current pandemic guidelines published by the General Directorate of Public Health of the Ministry of Health will be followed.

  1. Regarding the entry of people who came to our country from Afghanistan and those who are understood to have been in this country in the last 14 days, the provisions introduced by our relevant Circulars (a) and (b) will continue to be applied.
  2. Persons arriving from the UK, Iran, Egypt and Singapore will be required to submit a negative PCR test report no more than 72 hours prior to entry.
  3. In the entry to our country from all border gates (land, air, sea, railway) from other countries except those listed in the first four articles, to those who submit the document issued by the relevant country's official authorities regarding that they have received at least two doses (single dose for Johnson & Johnson) of the vaccines approved for emergency use by the World Health Organization or our country and that at least 14 days have passed from the last dose or that they have had the disease in the last 6 months, starting from the 28th day of the first PCR positive test result, will not be required to submit a PCR/rapid antigen test report with a negative result, and quarantine measures will not be applied to these individuals. If the vaccination certificate or the documents proving that they have had the disease cannot be presented when entering our country from these countries, a negative PCR test report taken no more than 72 hours before the entry or a negative rapid antigen test result taken within no more than of 48 hours from the entry will be requested.
  4. Children under the age of 12 will be exempted from PCR/Antigen test report and vaccination certificate applications when they enter our country.
  5. In order not to adversely affect foreign trade, aircraft ship crews, ship’s crew considered as key personnel and truck drivers will be exempted from the SARSCoV2 PCR test and quarantine application.
  6. Documents such as vaccine certificate, PCR/Antigen test result to be requested upon entry to our country within the framework of the above articles will be checked by the transportation company in the country of departure for passengers arriving by air and sea, and for passengers arriving by road/railway by public transport and it will be ensured that those, who do not have documents are not accepted on the voyage, and the responsibility arising from the acceptance of those who do not have the related documents will be borne by the transportation company.
  7. Persons who will enter our country from all border gates will be able to undergo PCR testing by the Ministry of Health on the basis of sampling at their destination. In this context, people will be allowed to go to their final destination after the test samples are taken, and if the test results are positive, they will be treated in line with the Covid 19 guide of the Ministry of Health. Those who have close contact with people with positive test results will be put in isolation for a period of 14 days at the addresses they have determined, and if the PCR test results to be made at the end of the 10th day are negative, the isolation conditions will be terminated. Isolation conditions of those who are found to be carrying the delta variant will be terminated at the end of the 14th day without PCR testing.

10. From our citizens who will enter our country through our border gates;

10.1­ Those who document that they have received at least two doses (single dose for Johnson & Johnson) of the vaccines approved for emergency use by the World Health Organization or our country, and that at least 14 days have passed since the last dose or that they have had the disease in the last 6 months, starting from the 28th day of the first PCR positive test result and those who submit a negative PCR test report taken no more than 72 hours before entry or a negative rapid antigen test result taken no more than 48 hours before entry will be allowed to enter our country.

10.2­ Citizens who cannot present the documents or test results specified in Article 10.1 will be allowed to go to their residence after making the PCR test at the border gates, and those who have a positive test result will be isolated in their residence.

10.3­ Our citizens, who are allowed to enter the country in this way, will be isolated at their destination in a manner to be determined by the Ministry of Health, and isolation will continue until they submit a negative PCR test report.