Coronavirus Flight Bans: Turkey Bans 46 More Countries

March 25, 2020

Due to coronavirus, Turkey brought restricting travel to certain countries. Health Minister Fahrettin Koca recently announced that a total of 20 countries have been banned in the fight against coronavirus. According to the decisions of the Science Committee of the Ministry of Health; As of March 21, 2020, at 17:00, flights to 46 more countries were stopped. The number of countries banning flights from Turkey was 68.

The list of countries with flight restrictions and travel restrictions is as follows:

February 3: China,

February 23: Iran,

February 29: South Korea, Iraq, and Italy

then on March 13:

Germany,

France,

Spain,

Norway,

Denmark,

Belgium,

Austria,

Sweden and

Expeditions to the Netherlands were also stopped mutually.

On March 16;

England,
Switzerland,
Saudi Arabia,
Egypt,
Ireland and
United Arab Emirates

On the 21st of March:

Sri Lanka,
Kuwait,
Bangladesh,
Mongolia,
Northern Cyprus,
Ukraine,
Kosovo,
Morocco,
Lebanon,
Jordan,
Kazakhistan,
Uzbekistan,
Oman,
Slovenia,
Moldova,
Djibouti,
Equatorial Guinea,
Canada,
India,
Hungary,
Guatemala,
Poland,
Kenya,
Sudan,
Chad,
Philippines,
Latvia,
Taiwan,
Peru,
Sri Lanka,
Equator,
Niger,
Tunisia,
Algeria,
Ivory Coast,
Finland,
Angola,
The Czech Republic,
Dominican,
Cameroon,
Montenegro,
Colombia,
North Macedonia,
Mauritania,
Nepal,
Portugal
Panama