People with COVID19 will now be considered as vaccinated for 90 days

According to a new decision taken by the TRNC Higher Committee for Infectious Diseases, people who have had COVID19 will be considered vaccinated for 120 days.

The new decisions were taken by the Higher Committee for Infectious Diseases convened under the Infectious Diseases Act.

According to the new decisions, people who have had COVID19 will be considered vaccinated for 120 days, while they will be considered as vaccinated for 90 days as of January 4th.

 The new decisions taken are as follows:

  • People who have had the Covid-19 virus will continue to be considered vaccinated for up to 180 days. However, as of Tuesday, January, 4, 2022, people who have had the disease will be considered as vaccinated for up to 90 days.
  • In the event that demonstrations, rallies and similar organizations are held in closed areas, one person per 3m2 will be accepted. Unvaccinated people will have to submit the last 72 hours of negative PCR / last 48 hours of negative antigen tests, and a mask will be obligatory. In case the organizations to be held have meals/cocktails, regardless of whether the person is vaccinated/unvaccinated, people will submit the last 72 hours of negative PCR/the last 48 hours of negative antigen tests. In organizations to be held in open areas, social distance rules will be observed and masks will be mandatory.
  • Close contacts are quarantined for 7 days if vaccinated and 10 days if unvaccinated, according to the last contact date. The last contact date of close contacts is considered as day 0. If COVID-19 symptoms develop in close contacts during the follow-up period, sampling is provided by the filiation teams. Control PCR is taken on the 7th day if vaccinated and on the 10th day if unvaccinated, in close contacts and in those who do not develop symptoms during the follow-up period. Quarantine of close contacts is terminated according to the negative test result they will have on the 7th and 10th days. If the test results are positive, the status of the wristbands is changed and the quarantine is continued.

For contacts:

  • Control PCR is performed on the patients on the 10th day of home follow-up. If the test result is negative, the home quarantine is terminated. If the test result is positive, the quarantine period of the patients is terminated in 14 days.
  • If a positive person has an increase in shortness of breath, chest pain and existing symptoms (fever, cough, weakness, headache, etc.) at home, they have to call the doctor number given to them and inform them.

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