Coronavirus measures in Turkey eased with restaurants, parks reopened
ANKARA (Middle East) – Restaurants, cafes and parks had been reopened in Turkey on Monday.
Inter-city travel curbs have also been lifted as Turkey eases its coronavirus restrictions.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan’s government has been easing the restrictions at a gradual pace over the past few weeks. Authorities in the country claim that the coronavirus outbreak in Turkey is now under control.
The coronavirus outbreak in the country has claimed over 4,500 lives and infected over 160,000.
Starting Monday, restaurants, cafes, gyms and swimming pools, beaches, parks, libraries and museums resume operations. Daycare centres and kindergartens are on the road to reopening soon. However, restrictions on the movements of people aged over 65 and under 18 will remain in place.
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