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Supreme Committee adopts new decisions as part of measures to combat coronavirus


Supreme Committee adopts new decisions as part of measures to combat coronavirus

Supreme Committee adopts new decisions as part of measures to combat coronavirus

Accordingly, the requirement for PCR testing for some workers in the sector was removed and the requirement for an antigen test was introduced.

Supreme Committee adopts new decisions as part of measures to combat coronavirus

The Supreme Committee on Infectious Diseases announced its new decisions. Accordingly, while the requirement for testing for vaccinated people at the entrance to many facilities has been removed, the requirement for antigen testing has been introduced.

Accordingly, vaccinated people working in the sectors will repeat their antigen tests every 21 days, and unvaccinated people every 7 days.

According to a statement from the Ministry of Health, the Supreme Committee for Infectious Diseases; It was decided to test for PCR / antigen in unvaccinated people at the entrance to many places such as restaurants, taverns, pastry shops, cafes, hairdressers / beauty salons, supermarkets / shopping centers, banks and vaccinated people. can get to these places without testing.

In accordance with the decision, the PCR / antigen test will be carried out in vaccinated individuals within 7 days, and in unvaccinated individuals within 72 hours when visiting events and places such as gyms, hotels / casinos, bars / clubs, youth camps, weddings and nightclubs. ...

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