On Friday midnight, a 4-day partial curfew, including Eid al-Fitr, came into effect in all Turkish states, as part of anti-Corona virus measures.
According to a circular published by the Ministry of the Interior, the partial curfew will continue from May 23-26.
The circular clarifies that the shops selling food, vegetables, fruits, meat and legumes will open Saturday (May 23) from 10:00 – 17:00.
These stores will be closed on Eid Al-Fitr (May 24-26), with home delivery stopped.
During the ban period, ovens and pastry shops will continue to operate with home delivery.
The circular exempted the elderly over 65 from the curfew for 6 hours on the first day of the holiday (Sunday) from 14:00 – 20:00, provided that they complied with the rules of social separation and wearing a muzzle, and that the exit is limited to the area of the home.
The circular allowed persons accompanying the elderly and those with chronic diseases to go out on the first day of the holiday, indicating that special transportation will be provided by the district mayor upon request.
During the days of the embargo, May 23-26, governmental and private medical institutions continue to operate, pharmacies and veterinary medicine centers, nursing homes and elderly care, rehabilitation and emergency centers, emergency and disaster management centers "AFAD", "Al-Wafaa Group for Social Support" offices and many humanitarian relief agencies.
The circular stressed that violators of the curfew will impose a financial administrative penalty on them under Article 282 of the Public Health Safety Law, indicating that the necessary judicial procedures will be activated in accordance with Article 195 of the Penal Code, regarding criminal behavior.
Earlier Friday, Turkey announced that the death toll from Coruna injuries would increase to 154 thousand and 500, and deaths to 4 thousand and 276, while the number of people recovered reached 116 thousand and 111.
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