German tourists in North Cyprus to return home on Tuesday after completing 14-day quarantine

A group of German tourist which has been in a 14-day quarantine at the Salamis Bay Hotel in northern Cyprus will be returned to their country on Tuesday.

This was made known by TRNC Minister of Tourism and Environment Ünal Üstel on a TV programme on Sunday.

Üstel highlighted the importance of abiding by the measures adopted by the government to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

He pointed out that the German tourist group, in which the first cases of coronavirus in the country was detected, had been kept in isolation and under observation in accordance with the standards set by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

He said that the process to repatriate them to their own countries will begin as of 7am Tuesday morning.

Üstel reminded that the German tourist market was extremely important for the TRNC.

Even if the world doesn’t recognize us we are a state. We are a state that is run by a democratic understanding on the basis of the rule of law. More importantly the country’s locomotive economic sector is tourism. That is why all guests in this country is under the protection and responsibility of the TRNC state, he added.

Üstel also thanked the 80 healthcare workers and police officers for their outstanding efforts during the 14-day quarantine process.

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