The U.S. Embassy in Ankara has opened a crisis center dedicated to supporting U.S. citizens in earthquake-affected areas of Turkey.
Additional Information: In its most recent security alert, the State Department noted that commercial air and bus routes remain open from areas affected by the 7.8 earthquake on Feb. 6 and several aftershocks. The State Department outlined several steps individuals in quake-affected areas should take, including monitoring local media and avoiding crowds and large gatherings. U.S. citizens in Turkey are also encouraged to enroll in STEP to receive security and advisory information. More information is available here.
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