Turkey has closed entry from Botswana, South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe due to a new strain
: Since Friday evening, November 26, entry into the republic has been banned from Botswana, South Africa (South Africa), Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe due to the spread of a new strain of coronavirus. Turkish Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca wrote about this on his Twitter page.
“From tonight it will be prohibited to travel from Botswana, South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe by land, air, sea and rail,” he said. Turkish minister.
Previously, restrictions on air traffic with South Africa and neighboring countries were imposed by the European Union, Great Britain, Singapore and Japan.
Previously, experts in the tourism industry warned Russian travelers about a possible increase in the cost of rest in Turkey in 2022. It is noted that the fall in the exchange rate of the Turkish lira and the increased demand of foreign tourists for travel to the republic may lead to the fact that next year prices at the country's resorts may rise up to 60 percent.