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  1. The following is a list of the increments in prices: Natural Gas + 25% MTV tax + 25% Tax on property + 18% Tax on Inheritance + 36.20% Electricity less than 150kw/hour +50% more than 150kw/hour +125% Osmangazı bridge toll 369 tl (two way) Sultan Selim bridge toll 38 tl (two way) Şehitler bridge toll 16.50tl (two way) Sultan Mehmet bridge toll 16.50tl (two way) Avrasya tunnel toll 53 tl Osmangazi (Ist.-Izmir) 459tl Marmaray +23% IETT cards +36% Metrobus +36% Minibus +36% Taxis +36% Tax on mobile phone +36.20% Registering foreign mobile 2.732tl Rent (maximum inc. rate) 19.60% LPG 8.9% Gas 4.9% Cigarettes/Alcohol 25% Driving fines 19 - 25% Private health policies Outpatients covered up to 5,000tl Driving licenses 9.11% First residence payment 1,033 tl SGK - monthly payment 1,200 tl Source: Bloomberg
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  2. 192,290 daily cases were reported yesterday across the U.K. with the highest number, 5305-5770 in the area of London. Approximately 90% of all cases are attributed to Omicron. It is now almost certain that the new variant breaks thru vaccinations, 39% of infected people having had 2 or 3 doses, but being protected against severe disease. The number of hospitalizations (still much shorter periods than with Delta) have slightly risen and there are no alarming jumps in the number of deaths. As for symptomatology during the first few days after infection, headache, fatigue, and a runny nose were the main complaints (all three in 65% of the cases), while sore throat and sneezing were present in around 56% of the cases. In terms of severity, these cold-like symptoms versus severe respiratory symptoms seen during the Delta wave are quite reassuring. Source: Zoecovidstudy On December the 25th, the CDC reported that 58.6% of the total cases for the U.S. were now Omicron, this variant now displacing Delta very rapidly. 441,278 new cases and 1,627 deaths were registered up until 27/12. The figure for hospital admissions remained considerably low, 8,494, by comparison to the same date last year (14,903). 70+ population registered the most hospitalizations. Source: CDC
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  3. The number of Covid cases in Turkey has increased above 30,000/daily, thus marking the beginning of what seems to be an upward trend since last October. Minister F.Koca attributed more than 10% of said cases to the new variant and once more underlined the importance of getting booster shots as well as masking and avoiding crowded places. The new Turkish vaccine, Turkovac, has already been approved for emergency use. Appointments for boosters with any of the three shots, Turkovac, Sinovac, and Pfizer are available for those who have been vaccinated three months ago. Source: TRT Haber
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