The Embassy has published recommendations for entering Turkey Russians

The Russian Embassy in Ankara has published recommendations for Russian tourists planning a trip to Turkey, according to which all entering the country foreign tourists will be measured in temperature, while the test for coronavirus is not mandatory.

Earlier Friday, the head of the government Mikhail Mishustin announced that the Russian Federation has made the decision to resume international flights from August 1. According to him, the flights will be operated from airports of Moscow, the Moscow region, St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-don. Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova said that Russia will resume flights until with three countries: UK, Turkey, and Tanzania.

"During the flight, passengers must complete an information form, which includes personal data, the number of seat, the address of stay in Turkey, contact data, data about symptoms. The passengers will be increased information about COVID-19. In case of detection in the plane of the suspected COVID-19 inside the plane will be undergoing the necessary procedures. In the airport terminal before you pass through passport control each passenger will be subjected to the procedure of temperature measurement", - stated in the message of the Embassy.

It is noted that when detecting people with fever will be studying symptoms and in case of detection at the airport persons with suspected symptoms COVID-19-the passenger will be quarantined and sent to hospital for examination.

"In the case of the establishment of the passenger's diagnosis COVID-19 in the shortest possible time information on persons, in accordance with the information forms of the passenger who was in contact with him on the plane (sitting in chairs at a distance of two meters from the chair of the person with identified case, there are two chairs in the front, rear and sides from the chair of the sick, and in the case that a patient was sitting on the aisle - the person sitting diagonally in front and behind him), their personal details, contact information and address will be reported to the Department of health", - said the Embassy.

If we become aware of the presence of infected COVID-19 in the period after the flight, contact with the patient in the aircraft will be established according to their forms of passengers. Individuals identified as contacts of patients in the aircraft will be placed in a 14-day quarantine against them to apply existing at the time of the quarantine and isolation procedures, informed the Russian diplomatic mission.

In the absence of cases COVID-19 upon arrival, passengers will be able to leave the airport with the observance of certain rules. "Tests for coronavirus in Turkish airports are required to conducted will not, and will not require the presentation of certificates of their test. At the same time, according to media reports, in a major tourist air harbours of the country (Antalya, Dalaman, Izmir, Istanbul) established the diagnostic centres, where people can test for coronavirus on a fee basis, the rate is 15 euros," - stated in the message of the Embassy.

It is also necessary to consider that the Turkish authorities on a regular basis urged citizens to abide by social distance and personal hygiene, try to minimize contacts. Wearing medical masks is mandatory in public places or on the street in most cities, including Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir, Mugla. For non-compliance of wearing the mask operates to a fine of 900 Turkish Lira (about 9300 USD), warned the Embassy.

"For its part, would recommend Russian citizens to be required to purchase health insurance. According to Turkish authorities, developed a special line of insurance that includes medical care in case of infection COVID-19. They can be purchased, according to Turkish authorities, the operators, when buying a ticket at airport before passing through passport control, as well as online," said the Embassy.

Relevant data on the situation of COVID-19 in Russia and the world presented on the portal stopmanager.of the Russian Federation.