Turkish authorities cancel curfew

Source : 112 Ukraine

The lockdown was introduced on May 17
10:49, 22 June 2021

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President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has announced the cancelation of curfew in the country as Sabah reported.

It is noted that the issue of cancelation of the curfew was discussed during the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers. Erdoğan noted that the curfew would end from July 1, as well as the restrictions tied with coronavirus will be abolished in the city public transport. All state establishments return to the usual schedule of work.

Since May 17, the gradual abolishment of the quarantine restrictions has started in Turkey due to the decrease in the number of cases of coronavirus.

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The ban for the leaving of the house for people at the age over 65 is canceled for people who were fully vaccinated against coronavirus; the special restrictions for underage were also abolished. It was planned in May that curfew would last until June 1.

The complete lockdown was introduced on April 29. Since then, the intercity travels were allowed in the country only on a special permit and public transport will work with 50% occupancy. Kindergartens, schools and higher education establishments were closed.


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