Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), Ersan Saner, made a written statement regarding the new Cabinet decisions recommended by the Communicable Diseases Supreme Committee within the scope of the fight against Covid-19 and to be implemented between 31 May and 7 June.
Accordingly, a curfew will be imposed on the aforementioned dates between 23.30-05.00.
All sectors that are not specified as closed will be able to serve between 08.30-20.00, restaurants, cafes, patisseries and kiosks will be able to serve between 06.00-22.30 hours. Markets will be open between 07:00 and 22:00.
A negative PCR test or antigen test performed in the last 7 days will be required for the transit from the Greek Cypriot part to the TRNC.
QUARANTINE WILL NOT BE APPLIED TO THOSE WHO HAVE TWO DOSE VACCINE
Saner announced that the studies for the non-quarantine entry of people who have received the “second dose” vaccines, which will constitute the most important expansion in tourism, have been completed and this application will start from 4 June.
Stating that those who have had the second dose of vaccine must present the negative PCR test result and vaccination certificates made in the last 72 hours upon their arrival in the TRNC, Saner noted that they will have these people undergo PCR again at the airport and if the result is negative, they can enter the country without quarantine.
”IMMUNE AGAINST CORONA VIRUS CAN LAST FOR YEARS”