the Association of tour operators of Russia (ATOR) has circulated new rules of entry to Turkey. Russians to visit this country do not need a visa and proof of a negative test for the coronavirus. However, tourists will need to fill out a questionnaire. It is necessary to provide personal and contact details, room chairs, address of stay in the country, as well as information about the condition.

Before passing through passport control each passenger will measure the temperature. On Board will be allowed only to those who have no signs COVID-19, RIA Novosti reported. If you have symptoms you will need to make a free PCR test.

If the result is positive, the tourist will be sent to a hospital for examination or treatment. If the infection will be known after the flight, contact with the patient in the aircraft will be established according to their forms of passengers. These citizens will have to undergo a two week quarantine or isolation.

Earlier in the Russian Embassy in Ankara said that coming to Turkey foreigners will not be sent to compulsory quarantine. Wearing medical masks remain necessary, in public places and on streets of most cities, including Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir. For non-compliance operates to a fine of 900 YTL (about 9300 rubles).