ATOR explained the order of entry into Turkey, UK and Tanzania
The Association of tour operators of Russia has published on its website new rules for entry to Turkey, the UK and Tanzania.
So arriving in Turkey, tourists do not need a visa and proof of a negative test for the coronavirus. However, during the flight passengers will be asked to fill out a questionnaire including personal data, room chairs, address of stay in the country and data on the health status.
At the airport before passing through passport control each traveler will measure the temperature. In the presence of suspicious symptoms tourists can offer to take a free PCR test for coronavirus. In the case of a positive result of a passenger sent to hospital for examination and treatment.
For Tanzania proof of a negative test COVID-19 is also not required. The visa is valid for 90 days is issued or at the arrival airport for 50 euros, or one day in Moscow for 60 euros.
According to Rospotrebnadzor, for a holiday in Zanzibar is not required special vaccinations. On Board, passengers will have to fill out a form specifying the details of their documents, travel companies and the presence or absence of characteristic symptoms of the coronavirus.
Upon arrival all tourists will measure the temperature, and in the case of detection of symptoms will be asked to pass a quick test.
When visiting the UK the Russians will have to undergo a 14-day isolation. In addition, tourists will need to fill out the online form and specify the passport data, the purpose and details of the trip and the address where it will be self-isolation.
After passing of customs procedures and a thermometer, the passenger shall immediately be sent to a place of self-isolation. For the initial violation of the requirements provided for a fine of £ 100 and above. At repeated infringement the penalty sum will increase, and a tourist can impose a ban for future entry into the country.
Russia from March 27 because of a pandemic coronavirus stopped regular and Charter flights with other countries. The only exceptions are flights that Russians are trafficked from abroad (and foreigners — from Russia), as well as cargo, postal, sanitation and other flights.
Recently Russia has decided to resume international flights from August 1. While for the Russians it will be available with flights to the UK, Tanzania and Turkey.
Relevant data on the situation of COVID-19 in Russia and the world presented on the portal stopmanager.of the Russian Federation.