A closed-circuit tourism model will come into force in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus on April 12.
Health Minister Ünal Üstel came together with tourism sector representatives to discuss the latest developments.
The importance of acting together with stakeholders during this time was emphasized during the meeting.
According to a statement made by the Health Ministry’s press bureau, Health Minister Ünal Üstel and ministry officials all took part in the meeting in order to determine a roadmap to be followed as the country gradually phases out of restrictions.
Sector representatives for their part shared their ideas and proposals.
Noting that although businesses are going through a difficult period, steps must be taken to revive the economy, Health Minister Üstel said that public health is currently the priority.
Explaining that similar meetings will continue to take place with sector representatives, Üstel pointed to the importance of cooperation while making new decisions.
He said that their plan was to open up more sectors by June depending on how the pandemic progressed.