Russians warned of a “luring” in Turkey and concealing the real situation

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Russian tourists warned about that the Agency is currently unable to “lure” tourists to Turkey and hide the real situation with the spread of coronavirus and conditions of stay in the resorts of the country. This writes the “Moskovsky Komsomolets”.

In particular, in one of the travel agencies, the journalist of the edition is assured that no information about bans, for example, in the “buffet” or hammams and pools, no. “Don’t worry, in fact, there are almost no limits! Well, except that the chairs at the beach now, away from each other’s faces,” — said in the company.

Also, it said about the lack of data on premises in the Observatory due to the vacationer (from 50 to 100 euros per day) in the case of infection and advised to issue an extended health insurance by a large amount. “And hurry, prices change very quickly! And not in the direction of reduction in price, as you know!” — concluded the newspaper.

Thus another representative of the Agency noted that, despite the fact that “people seized” until “precedents yet,” and too early to tell about those or other risks for Russian tourists in Turkey. “If someone do happen to spend two weeks in the Turkish Observatory at his own expense, I think, the boom in Turkey will soon subside”, she said.

On 29 July, the head of the Ministry of health of Turkey Fahrettin koca said that the country allowed the introduction of new restrictive measures due to the rising cases of coronavirus in the Central and Eastern areas. According to him, the number of identified infections COVID-19 in the country has increased over the past day in 963, died 15 patients.

Prime Minister of Russia Mikhail Mishustin announced the resumption of international flights from August 1. He noted that at first the flights will be carried out only from Moscow, St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-don. Countries with which Russia restores flights in the first place, was the UK (London), Turkey (from August 1, Ankara and Istanbul, from August 10 — Antalya, Bodrum and Dalaman) and Tanzania (Zanzibar island). The list will be gradually expanded.

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