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Turkey reduces the PCR requirement for unvaccinated persons in some areas - Anadolu

Turkey reduces the PCR requirement for unvaccinated persons in some areas - Anadolu

ISTANBUL, Jan 15 (Reuters) - Turkey will no longer require unvaccinated individuals to pass a PCR test for COVID-19 before traveling on airplanes, buses, or other vehicles, or before attending events such as concerts, plays, and movies, according to the state-owned Anadolu Agency.

Anadolu, speaking out against the interior ministry, said unvaccinated civil servants, private-sector employees, and school personnel will not be required to take a PCR test.

Bilal Eksi, Turkey Airlines' CEO, said on Twitter that the airline would not require PCR testing on domestic flights.

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