Turkey Covid-19 Travel Information

Summary of Turkey Coronavirus Situation

Last Updated:

10 December, 2020
Local restrictions have been put in place to aid against Covid-19 and are constantly changing. Since 3 October 2020, travellers returning to the UK from Turkey need to quarantine for 14 days. Turkish borders reopened to all foreign nationals on 12 June 2020. Passenger flights between Turkey and the UK resumed on 11 June 2020. Temperature checks for all arrivals are done. If arrivals present symptoms of Covid-19, a PCR test will be conducted and, if the result is positive, medical treatment at a facility is mandatory. A passenger locator form needs to be completed before arriving in Turkey.
Turkey Travel Restrictions for UK Travellers

Border Status: *

Border Opening Date:
11 June, 2020

Quarantine in Force: **

Quarantine Duration (Days):
Not Applicable

Quarantine In Force Until:

Not Applicable

Travel Permitted for UK Nationals?:


* Although borders may technically be open for essential travel, for medical reasons, or travel from other countries, we list border status as “closed” until leisure travel restrictions are lifted for UK travellers.

** Quarantine in force refers to the quarantine status at the destination and not in the United Kingdom.

Additional Information

Countries Travel Permitted From:

All countries

Face Masks Usage:


Public Gathering Limit:


Health Certificate Required:


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