France removes Turkey from COVID-19 red list
Mandatory 10-day quarantine process lifted for passengers traveling from Turkey to France
France removed Turkey from the red list of countries for which it has imposed travel restrictions against the coronavirus pandemic.
Ali Onaner, Turkey's ambassador to Paris, said on Twitter that Turkey went down from red to orange on France's travel restrictions list.
The mandatory 10-day quarantine process for passengers traveling from Turkey to France has been lifted.
France has classified countries according to the health situation and the level of vaccination among the general population. The list is divided into red, orange, and green.
No travel restrictions apply to those coming from countries on the green list. Passengers who want to enter France from the green list are only required to conduct a COVID-19 test unless they have been vaccinated.
People who want to visit France from the orange list and are vaccinated against the virus do not need to indicate a reason for entering the country, but they must submit a negative test result.
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