Turkey is pissed about classification as a Corona-risk area

"The Same applies, of course, for the travel warning." The Federal government had to be classified, Turkey on Monday, along with 130 other countries, as a Cor

Turkey is pissed about classification as a Corona-risk area

"The Same applies, of course, for the travel warning." The Federal government had to be classified, Turkey on Monday, along with 130 other countries, as a Corona-risk area. From a high-risk area in Germany, Passengers have to expect that you have 14 days in quarantine. For these countries, a waiver of the for more than 160 countries outside of the European Union - for Turkey - current travel warning is currently unlikely.

third most popular holiday destination of the German

The Turkey, the third most popular holiday destination of Germans to Spain and Italy, pushing for a repeal of this travel warning. In the explanation of the message, it means that you have done in the fight against the pandemic, "exemplary performance" in full. "Many EU members have been affected by the pandemic are far stronger than Turkey, and according to WHO statistics, the number of active Covid-19 cases in Turkey is much lower than in many EU States." The message also referred to 39 000 intensive care beds in the country. The number of dead was less than in Germany around the same inhabitants.

"The holiday destinations were affected just as little as the German coastal regions", - stated in the Declaration. It was difficult to understand, due to which the scientific criteria of Turkey as a risk area classified had been. "Accordingly, we hope and expect that the Federal government will cancel both the classification of Turkey as a risk area as well as the travel warning for Turkey as soon as possible."

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Updated Date: 18 June 2020, 07:28

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