Turkey will require a negative coronavirus test from air passengers entering the country from December 28, according to the Turkish health minister.
Travelers entering via sea and land borders will also be required to present a negative PCR test result from December 30.
The test must be carried out within 72 hours of boarding, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said in a statement Friday.
The measures will be in effect until March 1, the statement said.
In addition to the coronavirus test, Turkey will also require a mandatory home quarantine for people who have been in the UK, Denmark or South Africa in the previous 10 days, the statement said.
Those passengers will be required to get a coronavirus test on day 7 of their quarantine, and will be allowed to conclude their quarantine if they receive a negative result.
Turkey has finalized a deal to obtain the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine, Koca said in a tweet. The deal includes 550,000 doses to be delivered by early January and 4.5 million doses by the end of March, the tweet added.