After the positive change in Corona virus cases GermanyWith the removal of the travel warning for Turkey, it became a matter of curiosity how to go to this country for touristic trips. How is it possible to travel to Germany, where Turkey has the most intense commercial relationship in Europe?
WHO CAN GO TO GERMANY?
European Medicines Agency (EMA) all dose against corona virus with a vaccine approved by VaccineAs of June 25, people with visas can travel from Turkey to Germany.
IS THERE ANY CHANGES IN THE VISA PROCEDURE?
While it is stated on the website of iDATA, which is the officially authorized institution for visa applications from Turkey to Germany, that it is possible to travel to Germany in all categories, including touristic, it is emphasized that there is no vaccination requirement for visa application.
WHICH VACCINES ARE AVAILABLE?
According to the news of Muhammed Kafadar from Hürriyet newspaper, according to the information given by Turkey’s Consulate General in Berlin, in order to travel to Germany, one must be fully vaccinated with EU approved vaccines and at least 14 days must have passed since the last dose.
According to the list announced by the authoritative institution Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI) in Germany BioNTech, Modern and AstraZeneca with 2 doses, Johnson&Johnson with a single dose of vaccination means ‘full vaccination’.
Mixed use of approved vaccines is also accepted according to the PEI list. In other words, someone with the first dose of AstraZeneca can travel to Germany if they have a second dose of BioNTech or prefer the Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines.
In this case, ‘double dose’, which has recently started in Turkey for healthcare workers and those over 50 years old. SinoVac Those who have been vaccinated will not be able to enter Germany with the third dose of BioNTech application.
SHOULD I TAKE A NEGATIVE PCR TEST?
Negative results of those who are not vaccinated PCR or they are not allowed to enter the country with antigen tests. Organized by the Turkish Ministry of Health upon entering the country and e-Pulse The Vaccination Card, which can be accessed through the application, is considered valid. While this document must be issued in English or German, a bilingual document can be obtained from e-Nabız.
There is no requirement for a negative test result. Vaccination status is checked by officials upon departure from Turkey and upon arrival in Germany.
WHAT IS THE SITUATION FOR CHILDREN WITHOUT THE RIGHT TO vaccinate?
Persons under 12 years of age who have not been vaccinated at all doses can enter Germany with a negative test result (PCR or antigen) and provided that they are accompanied by a parent who has had all doses vaccinated. Turkish citizens between the ages of 12 and 18 who have not been vaccinated cannot enter Germany.
WHAT WILL PEOPLE DO WITH THE DISEASE?
Those who survived the disease have to show a positive test result for at least 28 days and at most 6 months when boarding the plane. People who have passed more than 6 months after the disease should be vaccinated.
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