Saner made a written statement regarding the new Council of Ministers decisions proposed by the Infectious Diseases Supreme Committee within the scope of combating the epidemic and to be implemented on 31 May-7 June.
Accordingly, a curfew will be imposed on the aforementioned dates between 23.30-05.00.
All sectors that are not mentioned as closed will be able to serve between 08.30-20.00 hours, and restaurants, cafes, patisseries and kiosks between 06.00-22.30. Markets will be open between 07.00-22.00.
In the transition from the Greek Cypriot side to the TRNC, it will be necessary to submit a negative PCR test or antigen test made in the last 7 days.
The transition without quarantine will start from June 4
Saner announced that the studies for the unquarantined entry of the people who had the “second dose” vaccines, which will constitute the most important opening in tourism, have been completed and this application will start as of June 4.
Stating that those who have the second dose vaccine must submit their negative PCR test results and vaccination documents in the last 72 hours when they come to the TRNC, Saner noted that they will have these people have PCR again at the airport and that if the result is negative, they can enter the country without quarantine.