Turkey is One of the Safest Countries in Covid-19
Turkey gets highlighted on becoming one of the safest tourist destinations in the world, since the number of rising Covid cases seems to have ceased, as indicated by The Daily Sabah newspaper. It is not an overnight achievement, but the continuous and diligent initiatives of the government played a vital role in getting back the tourists. Frequent constructive policies, organized management, instant decision making on lockdown, approach towards vaccination, and effective execution timings from the Turkish Authorities helped the country to dilute the effects of the pandemic. Overall, Turkey faced the global crisis of the pandemic diligently, which on the other hand, had a severe impact on the health, society and economy of Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Timely measures and effective preventive policies against Covid pandemic
Turkey’s triumph in battling the effects and large-scale impact of the coronavirus and restricting the new COVID cases has set an example for many other countries, including the United States of America and Britain.
Turkey’s timely measures and effective preventive policies against the pandemic sweeping the world, leaving thousands of deaths daily in several countries, has grabbed the world’s attention. The virus spreading wildly in most countries and not devastating Turkey has compelled other countries to take lessons from its policies and initiatives. The combination of policies and worthwhile contributions from working bodies to curb the dangerous effects of coronavirus infections and deaths has turned Turkey into a pioneering model that many countries seek to emulate.
In addition, Turkey has maintained the country to remain free of a sharp increase in new coronavirus cases. It welcomes tourists worldwide, especially it is a popular destination recently among British tourists, yet there is no abrupt rise in covid cases.
Turkey Deploys thermal cameras at airports to detect Covid infected tourists
Turkey emerged as one of the first countries where the Ministry of Health announced to initiate the deployment of thermal cameras at airports to efficiently detect the infected cases and regulate quarantine to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Gradually many flights got cancelled to various destinations in the region out of the fear of the emerging CoronaVirus. Most tourists had to cancel their well-planned holiday trip, such as the British citizens -who were planning to go for their Easter trips.
Abolished the visa fee for citizens of Six countries including the Great Britain
Turkey appears to be an affordable and cheap tourist destination for the Brits. Since the Turkish authorities abolished the visa fees for citizens of six countries, including British tourists, starting from March 2. So, the Brits will not need £ 27 for acquiring a visa, and the updated system will permit them to enter the country for 90 days in three months for every 180 days.
In 2019, two and a half million British nationals visited Turkey, and it continues to host a high influx of tourists. Recently, the two coastal states of Mugla and Antalya, famous for their resorts, are becoming the most popular tourist destinations for British travellers.