Germany extends Turkey travel warning to whole country from Nov 9
Germany has reintroduced its travel warning for Turkey's four coastal provinces as part of new measures against the novel coronavirus. With Berlin's latest decision, the provinces of Antalya, İzmir, Aydın and Muğla will no longer be in Germany's list of so-called "safe travel destinations."
Germany's Foreign Ministry said it was extending a partial travel warning for Turkey to the whole country from Nov. 9, Reuters reported on Oct. 28.
Germany had in August lifted its travel warning for four coastal regions of Turkey as part of a deal to help revive tourism between the two countries. The warning was lifted with immediate effect for provinces of Antalya, İzmir, Aydın and Muğla.
With Berlin's latest decision, the four Turkish coastal provinces will no longer be in Germany's list of so-called "safe travel destinations."
Chancellor Angela Merkel announced late on Oct. 28 that restaurants, hotels and the cultural sector would be completely closed for the entire month of November.
The new rules will come into force on Nov. 2.
The restrictions will also limit the number of people gathering to a maximum of ten individuals from two households.Germany drops travel warnings for four Turkish seaside provinces