Turkey changes coronavirus rules

Turkey changes coronavirus rules

“It's time to smile,” Turkish health officials commented on another simplification of coronavirus rules. Turkey has changed the coronavirus rules: for tourists and local residents, the need to wear a mask on public transport has been canceled.

The reason is the constantly falling incidence of covid in Turkey. For three days in a row, the number of new cases has remained below 1,000. So, in the last 24 hours, only 864 people have tested positive for coronavirus. As a result, anti-COVID measures are being simplified again.

“The number of cases was less than 1,000 people for three days in a row. We can remove masks on public transport. The road is shorter without a mask. It's time to smile at each other again,” Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca said on social networks.

He was also supported by the leadership of the Turkish national carrier Turkish Airlines. “Tomorrow we will smile at you not under a mask, but with all sincerity, as usual. We tried, followed the rules, endured and won,” they said in their greeting to tourists.

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