Frequently Asked Questions About Travel Restriction Applied During Full Lockdown
What does intercity travel restriction that will take effect from 07.00 pm on April 29 until 05.00 am on May 17 within the scope of Full Lockdown Circular published by T.R. Ministry of Internal Affairs cover?
When will the curfew restrictions take effect?
Previously applied between 07.00 pm – 05.00 am, curfew restriction will start from 07.00 pm on Thursday, 29 April, 2021 and will end at 05.00 am on Monday, May 17, 2021.
Will it be possible to travel on days with curfew restriction?
On days with curfew restriction, intercity travels will not be allowed except for the obligatory cases.
Will the people with hotel reservations be able to stay at the hotel during the lockdown?
During the full lockdown which will start from 07.00 pm on Thursday, April 29,2021 until 05.00 am on Monday, May 17, 2021, a travel permit is required for all intercity travels. Only people with travel permits obtained within the scope of obligatory cases defined in the circular will be able to stay at the hotels.
What are the exceptions to be exempted from intercity travel restrictions?
• Public officials (inspector, auditor, etc.), who are assigned by the relevant ministry or public institution or organization within the scope of the performance of a mandatory public duty, will be exempted from this provision provided that they submit their certificate of incumbency together with their corporate identity card. • Applications made to attend the funeral of the first degree relative or sibling of themselves or their spouse or of any relative of the funeral to accompany the funeral transfer transactions through ALO 199 line and e-Application systems from the E-State gate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (it may be notified up to 9 relatives) will be automatically approved by the system and necessary travel permit will be created for the relatives of the funeral.
What are the obligatory cases to obtain Travel Permit?
• Those who are discharged from the hospital where they are treated and want to return to their original residence, who have been referred with a doctor's report to a hospital and/or have a doctor's appointment/examination which has been previously taken, • Those who will accompany to the first degree relative or sibling of themselves or their spouses at the hospital (maximum 2 people), • Those who have arrived to the city within the last 5 days but do not have a place to stay and want to return to their original residence (who submit documents, papers that they have arrived to the city within the last 5 days, travel ticket, license plate of the vehicle), • Those who will take the central exams announced by OSYM (Student Selection and Placement Centre) • Those who have completed their military service and want to return to their original residence, • Those having an invitation letter for a daily contract from a private company or public institution, • Those released from penal institutions.
How to obtain a Travel Permit?
In the event of obligatory cases, you can obtain your travel permit from E-Application of E-State system of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and ALO 199 line and Travel Permission Councils at the district governorships.