Accoring to the statement of the Health Ministry, HES codes of the vaccinated people who exposed to the virus will not be counted as risky in the first 5 days, later they need to present a negative PCR test not to be isolated. Within the scope of that decision, new regulations and changes have been made on the algorithm of Pandemic Management app by the Health Ministry.
There must be 14 days after the second dose of your vaccine if you do not want to have a “risky” HES code. Also, you will have a 9-day isolation process if your PCR result is positive. In another case, if you do not present any PCR test, you will still be counted as risky.
14-day period of quarantine for the Delta variant cases
Patients who have the Delta variant will have to be in quarantine for straight 14 days while patients who have not, can present their negative PCR test at the day 10 and finish their process; yet normally, they also have 14 days of isolation.