Turkey to impose full lockdown on April 29, - Erdogan

Source : 112 Ukraine

The restrictions will be active until May 17
22:14, 26 April 2021

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkey

Turkish government decided to introduce the full lockdown in the country on April 29. President Recep Tayip Erdogan said so himself as quoted by Anadolu.

"A full lockdown is introduced from 7 p.m. April 29 till 5 a.m. May 17", he said. 

Starting on April 29, the inter-city traveling will be alloowed with a special pass, and the public trasponrt will be loaded only by half.  

Schools, kindergartens and higher education institutions will be closed.

Earlier, we reported that Sputnik V, the Russian vaccine against coronavirus will be produced in Turkey. The Russian Fund for Direct Investment made a deal with Turkish pharmaceutical company Viscoran Ilaç, news agency reports.

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"Viscoran Ilaç carried out preparations for localization of production and it plans to start the production of Sputnik V within the coming months on several enterprises", reads the message.

According to the Fund, Sputnik V is registered in 61 countries with total population of more than three billion people. The vaccine's efficiency is estimated on the rate of 97.6 percent, based on the results of the survey on the morbidity rate among Russians inoculated with two shots from December 2020 to March 2021.

Related: Sputnik V to be manufactured in Turkey

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