Three more popular destinations relax entry restrictions

By Linsey McNeill
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Turkey is one of three countries to relax entry restrictions for holidaymakers this week due to the falling number of COVID cases.

Visitors are no longer required to show a negative COVID test, even if they haven’t been vaccinated, according to local news publication Daily Sabah.

However, the Foreign Office has yet to update its travel advice for Turkey.

Tunisia has also relaxed its entry rules, ending the mandatory five-day isolation period for unvaccinated arrivals.

The Tunisia Tourist Office confirmed the move, but said arrivals who haven’t been vaccinated must show a negative COVID test.

A PCR test must be taken within 48 hours of travel, or they can take a lateral flow test within 24 hours of travelling to Tunisia.

Under 18s are free from entry restrictions.

Cyprus has also confirmed it has dropped COVID-related entry restrictions from today, as reported by Travel Gossip on Tuesday. The Foreign Office has updated its travel advice for the country today.

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