The Turkish Embassy in Moscow spoke about the requirements for vaccination certificates for Russian tourists, writes June 30 Interfax.

Russians can safely go to the Antalya coast, having made any of the vaccines registered in the Russian Federation (Sputnik V, EpiVacCorona, KoviVak, Sputnik Light), taking into account that at least 14 days have passed since the second dose. The certificate must be in English, and you can print it from the website of public services. You will be asked to present the document when boarding the aircraft, as well as at the border control.

Recall that you can also enter Turkey by providing the results of a PCR test done no earlier than 72 hours before the trip, with the exception of children under 6 years old. Recovered travelers need confirmation that they have had Covid-19 within the last six months, while the first positive PCR test should be done no earlier than 28 days before entering Turkey, and they will also need a certificate with a negative antigen test result that was not earlier than 48 hours before entering the country.

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