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STEPS TAKEN BY TURKEY TOWARDS NORMALISATION AFTER COVID-19 CRISIS

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan made a statement after the meeting of the Presidential Cabinet, which was held for the last time with the video conference method in the Huber Mansion.
Erdogan stated that they will continue to support the citizens and the business world in the coming period.
” Turkey’s outbreak prevention and damage in samples taken from a location in the world to come is our common success as 83 million. Once again, I would like to thank our healthcare professionals who worked devotedly during this process. The practices of the measures we have taken were carried out by our governors, district governors, police and gendarmerie organizations in 81 provinces and 922 districts. All the needs of our 8 million citizens over 65 years old and over 25 million young people under 20 years of age who have been imposed curfew have been met by Vefa Social Support Groups. To date, Vefa Social Support Groups have responded to a total of over 6 million 240 thousand requests.”
According to the statements made by President Erdogan, the steps to be taken as of June 1, as follows:
The intercity travel restriction has been completely removed as of June 1.
Public personnel, who are on the administrative track or are included in the flexible working system, will start regular work as of 1 June. The status of public personnel with chronic disease defined and monitored by the Ministry of Health will be evaluated by their institutions.
Nurseries and day nurseries will all open on 1 June accordingly.
We find it helpful to continue some of the curfews for a while. The curfew limitation of 65 years old and above and the scope of exemption between 14.00-20.00 on Sundays will continue.
As tradesmen and artisans, citizens who are over 65 years of age can be at the beginning of their jobs, provided that they comply with the mask, distance and cleaning conditions.
We are also reducing the curfew application under the age of 20 to the age of 18, and the entire 0-18 age group will not be subject to curfews on Wednesday and Friday between 14.00-20.00.
As of next Monday, June 1, restaurants, cafes, patisseries, tea gardens, association tavern, swimming pool, spa type businesses will start serving until 22.00 within the determined rules. Entertainment venues and hookah sales are out of this scope. Enterprises within the tourism facilities that only serve their own customers are not subject to hour restrictions. Rest facilities on road routes will continue to serve on June 1st.
Beaches, national parks and gardens will be operational starting June 1, within the determined rules. Museums and ruins are opening on June 1st. Animal stores will be operational again from June 1, and hippodromes from June 10. Restrictions on individual sports have been removed. Sports facilities and facilities within them will be able to serve until 24.00 at night. Restrictions on sea tourism, fishing and transportation were also removed within the determined rules. Driving courses and similar courses will be available from 1 June. Libraries, national cafes, youth centers, youth camps will be able to continue their activities as of June 1, within the conditions determined. In other words, the institutions they are affiliated with will determine their own internal conditions.

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