All the tourism facilities in Turkey which were planned to be reopened as part of the normalization process are expected to open their doors in July, Culture and Tourism Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy said Wednesday.

Speaking to CNN Türk, Ersoy commented on the revival of tourism in the country, noting they regularly conduct meetings with counterparts in other countries who find Turkey’s health tourism certificate program very successful.

“In Europe, there is no country that better implemented this kind of a process than Turkey,” Ersoy said.

As of Thursday, foreign tourists from certain countries, including those from Germany, will be allowed into the country as flights are beginning to gradually resume. “When foreign visitors come, they will be health-checked, and body temperatures will be measured at the airports. If there is an unusual situation, tourists will be taken for a PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test,” Ersoy said #dailysabah

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