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  1. Given the number of complaints of passengers in all major cities, the Ministry of Interior has issued a circular covering all provinces stating that taxi drivers unwilling to pick up passengers will be sanctioned including the revocation of their licenses. Taxi drivers may say that the trip you want to make is too short; the area you are going to is subject to traffic jams; it is rush hour (!); they also tend to prefer people who look like tourists or start the meter at the taxi rank (which is forbidden) on their way to picking the passenger up. Another thing they do is, if you have hailed a passing taxi, got into their car and a chauffeur at the nearest rank sees this, they cross their vehicle to intercept yours and start a heated argument. The circular also encourages taxi users to document and share their complaints with the police, the local Şöferler Odası, and the municipality. In Istanbul, for example, the police have been conducting undercover surveillance operations both on taxis and short distance buses this last month. The first measure we should take is documenting the license number and taxi company logo on both doors. Checking the meter reads 0 tl, recording the conversation on our phones, and calling the police (155) are some of the things we can do to substantiate our claims. Source: Ministry of Interior
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  2. When I first came to Turkey I rented for a couple of years. The owners of the property were a retired couple for whom the income of this rent was crucial to their making a decent living. Some time into my first Ankara winter, the combination boiler broke down and had to be replaced. Neither the old couple nor I made enough money to be able to buy a new one. We had a very cordial meeting and decided to join forces: I would find and buy a second-hand appliance and pay for the installation while they would save money to buy a new one in a year. Both parties kept our word and, to my surprise, a year later I had a brand new top-of-the-range boiler in my kitchen. Apart from that, whenever inflation spiked or the rent lagged behind it, we had our çay and börek meeting and agreed on the figure that would keep both our necks comfortably above the water level, independently from any index in the market. Today, with the academic year starting; the inflation brought about by the pandemic; countless couples getting married after Covid lockdowns; the ''kentsel dönüşüm'' by which old buildings at risk of collapsing are forcibly pulled down and new buildings take a year to be erected; seasonal tourism; increase in the number of refugees, Istanbul is seeing a 300% rise in rent prices -a percentage echoed by Ankara and Izmir- the above mentioned traditional Turkish goodwill seems to have left the building. Turkish property law is a bit more lenient with the renters. When a rent contract is close to its expiration date, it can be renewed over the following years for a maximum period of 10. Prices are adjusted using the TÜFE index (consumer prices). These days landlords want the highest prices they can get and try to escape the indexes' ceiling, which is illegal. They can then resort to a couple of tricks. The first one is informing the renter to vacate the property since he needs it for a newlywed child or an elderly parent. . He can legally assign the right of usage to members of his family but the law clearly states that, after the renter has left, the owner cannot rent the property for the following three years. The second one is suing (kira tespit davası) to get the courts to conduct an appraisal of the prices in the market/neighborhood. This will only prosper after more than 5 years of renting and, even so, owners are not aware that such proceedings take between 2 to 2.5 years to reach a sentence. On the other hand, the prices set by the judges will tend to be tolerant of the renter's economic situation. Source: NTV
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  3. As of June 1st at 05.00 am the following are the new rules enforced by the Ministry of Internal Affairs: New curfew - weekdays from 22.00 - 05.00 weekends from Saturday 22.00 - Monday at 05.00, i.e.: complete curfew on Sundays Exemptions to these restrictions are: Places and people who engage in production, manufacturing, supply, and logistic chains and those who ensure the continuity of health, agriculture, and forestry activities. Grocery stores, supermarkets, greengrocers, bakeries, butchers, dried fruits, and dessert shops: Open on weekdays and Saturdays. Sundays open from 10.00 - 17.00. Citizens are required to do their shopping at places within walking distance of their residences. Except for disabled people, no driving to the shops is allowed. Tourists are exempted from complying with curfews. Residence permit holders, refugees, or those who have applied for international protection status are subject to curfews. Vefa support groups will go on serving advanced age or handicapped people. (call: 112, 155 or 156) +65 and -18 are not allowed to use public transport. +65s who have opted for no vaccination will only be able to go out between 10.00 - 14.00 during weekdays and not allowed to go out during Sundays. Urban travel restrictions: applied only from 22.00 to 05.00 on weekdays and Sundays. These means of transport will go on operating with the 50% capacity rule (one seat empty-one occupied). Intercity: No separate intercity travel permit is required for the use of airplanes, trains, buses during curfew. If travelling from your residence to an airport, for example, during curfew, presenting tickets or reservation codes will be enough to be exempted, provided they are consistent with departure-arrival times. Use of private vehicle for intercity travel during curfew allowed only if: you have just been discharged from a hospital and are going to your residence; you have a doctor's appointment, you are a caregiver in these situations (max. 2 people per car), you are sitting any exam announced by Ösym; you are returning home after military service; you have just been released from a penal institution. Proper documents should be presented in any of the above cases, for example, the hospital's discharge papers. Places that will remain closed: taverns, internet cafes, electronic game venues, billiards, gyms, pools, sports facilities in general, hamam, saunas, massage parlors, amusement, and theme parks. Places that will be partially open: Restaurants, patisseries, cafes: from Mondays to Saturdays 07.00 - 21.00 deliveries till 24.00. Indoors with a distance of 2mts between tables and 60 cm distance between chairs not more than two people. Outdoor facilities: same distancing but not more than three people. Cinemas: operating at 50% sitting capacity from 07.00 - 21.00 Mon/Sat Shopping Malls, hairdressers, home improvement, Mon/Sat till 21.00 Markets and supermarkets are not allowed to sell alcohol, electronics, car accessories, garden or home improvement supplies on Sundays Farmers' Markets 07.00-21.00 Mon/Sat Public Offices:10.00 - 17.00 Online shopping: Deliveries allowed Mon/Sat 07.00-24.00. Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs
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  4. In order to lower the number of infections, President Erdoğan, after finishing the cabinet meeting, addressed the population to announce the following: Starting on April 29th at 19.00 and ending on May 17th at 05.00 there will be a lockdown. Supermarkets will close on Sundays and operate during the other days of the week between hours to be determined. People are requested to do their shopping at places closest to their homes only. Restaurants and cafes will go on operating on a delivery basis. Government officials will work from home. Unless exempted (essential items manufacturing facilities, food industry,etc) all workplaces will return to working from home. Kindergardens, grades 8 and 12 as well as all other levels of education, will stop face to face lessons and all exams will be postponed. Intercity travel will require permissions and buses will run at a 50% capacity. Having reserved accommodation constitutes no exemption. People over 65 as well as those who, though younger, suffer from incapacitating chronic illnesses and have no one to help them, can call 112, 156, 155. These are the telephone numbers of emergency, police and jandarma. Apart from the usual personnel, there are ''Vefa'' groups ready to assist housebound people. He also added that there has been a number of people who were asked to pay for vaccines and intensive care unit services, both at public and/or private hospitals and encouraged the population to immediately apply to the Ministry of Health or S.G.K. and denounce these illegal acts since no payment should be demanded. Source: Hürriyet
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  5. Covering all the country, as of 07.00 p.m. on Thursday and ending on Monday at 05.00 a.m., a partial lock down will cover Friday, Saturday and Sunday, during which markets, grocery stores, bakeries and butchers will serve their customers from 10.00 a.m. till 05.00 p.m. These stores should be the ones closest to home. Banks, courier companies and PTT will be closed. Source: Daily Sabah
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  6. Anyone traveling from Turkey to the UK will have to quarantine and have two PCR tests on entering said country even after having been fully vaccinated. Shots administered here are not recognized in spite of the fact that Turkey is now on the amber list and that Turkish certificates are valid in the EU. We invite you to consider signing the petition to the U.K. Parliament at the following link: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/594456
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  7. CNN Turk, echoing an article that appeared in The Guardian, unnecessarily set off an alarm on Mu variant. So far, known facts are as follows: The Who declared Mu variant of interest on August 30th (that is, different enough to be systematically monitored) not a variant of concern. Mu appeared in Colombia in January this year. The prevalence is 31% when compared to the number of Delta cases in that country. Even though it is also responsible for cases in Ecuador, the prevalence in that country has now declined to 0.1% versus Delta. 2,000 cases have been reported in the U.S. but Delta is responsible for 99% of cases - ''not even close to being dominant'' according to Dr. Fauci from the CDC. There isn't enough information yet to draw conclusions about its ability to evade the immunologic resistance created by the vaccines. Pfizer has launched a study on it and preliminary data show no evidence it can escape vaccine-induced protection. Data from a study by the University of Quito, Ecuador, would indicate that, just like the Kent variant, this mutation is likely to be one of rapid transmission when compared to the original coronavirus strain. Cases have also been reported in South Korea and parts of Europe. Sources: The Washington Post/WHO
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  8. Yesterday astronomers spotted light from behind a black hole for the first time. They were not trying to prove Einstein (1915 general relativity paper) right, yet again, but in discovering this, they confirmed how space is warped, bending light and twisting magnetic fields. This is an observable fact that does not change. It can be also measured but will definitely not change. General relativity is a theory about gravity -the best we have so far. It does not mean it was Einstein's hunch, but the way facts were interpreted by him and by science. Theories, or the way they are interpreted, may change. A hypothesis is an idea that has not been proven yet. If enough evidence supports a hypothesis, it can become accepted as a theory, i.e. a valid explanation of a phenomenon. Data are used to suggest, confirm or disconfirm a theory. Take for instance the fact that there have been 125,000 breakthrough covid-delta cases in the US. If we think these are actual human lives at risk, the sheer number grows right in front of our eyes. If we consider 350 million doses have been administered in America, the first figure becomes a tiny fraction of those who have been vaccinated. A better understanding of the data helps scientists adjust or find better theories. Credible scientific ideas are not set in stone. Accepted scientific knowledge is not accepted because it is certain but because it is the one that has survived all possible critiques and is out there for everybody's assessment. Science is thus a process based on continual revision that changes the way we think about the world. And this is why medical research papers are published and stay in the open for revision. (The Lancet, Pubmed, CDC, NHS, WHO). The mythology around covid and vaccines is so vast and florid...so instead of refuting legends, here go some ''scientifically proven'' (the trendy oxymoron these days) facts: Efficacy of a vaccine: the degree to which it prevents disease and possibly also transmission, under ideal and controlled circumstances. 90% efficacy in a trial may reasonably predict 90% reduction in cases. Effectiveness: How well a vaccine performs in the real world. Underlying chronic illnesses, age, how the vaccine is stored, can all reduce how effective it is at preventing disease. Covid vaccines prevent severe illness, reduce hospitalization, and deaths. No, there is no iron clad guarantee we will be 100% immune. Breakthrough cases: A small percentage of fully vaccinated people will still get Covid if exposed to the virus. For any vaccine, there are, have been and will be breakthrough cases. It typically takes about two weeks for the body to build protection after vaccination. Mutations: There are at least 7 variants of concern. Viruses mutate. That is what they do. And at some point, there is the possibility of a new variant appearing and not being affected by the immunologic barrier created by the current vaccines. Source: Gavi
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  9. Minister Fahrettin Koca took to Twitter to announce that because of production problems, deliveries of Biontech were suffering delays. He therefore recommended the population not to go to the hospitals to get the vaccine without an appointment. He also pointed out that these problems would not last long and that there was no shortage of Sinovac. Source: Sozcu
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  10. Torn between protecting lives and livelihoods, as well as keeping their political images afloat, most governments are struggling to get people vaccinated as soon as possible. It is no secret now, that immunization is the only way to keep new infections at bay, and that the more the virus circulates, the more the probabilities of its mutating into a version fitter for survival, and hence more prone to outsmart the barrier that the current vaccines provide. The Delta variant, though not necessarily more devastating, is by far more contagious: the viral load of an individual suffering from Delta is estimated to be 1,000 times higher than common Covid. This viral load peaks at approximately 3.7 days from exposure to detection, during the phase when individuals present no symptoms. This means that we can make others sick more quickly, more efficiently and that the time frame of PCR tests should be shortened to 48 hours. As for populations, everyone is completely fed up with masking, social distancing, and any other preventive measures. Vaccine hesitancy, brought about by the different levels of distrust with which such measures are met, and the inability of different authorities of translating scientific jargon into something meaningful, add to the list of factors that complicate the already difficult situation. So, how are Europe and the U.S.coping with Delta? France: Currently undergoing a rise of 125% in cases per 100,000 per week with 80% of infections attributable to Delta. Macron's proposed compulsory vaccination for health workers plan met with 100,000 people taking to the streets to oppose it. As of today, the first phase of the health pass (digital evidence of certificate or negative pcr) comes into force with hefty fines and even prison for noncompliance. A target of 50 million first dose jabs to be administered until the end of August. Vaccination of the 12-17 group as of June 1st: only 20% showed up to receive the first dose and thus will not be fully protected until the end of October. Spain: Currently undergoing the perfect storm: Easter holidays; end of term student vacations; low rate of full vaccination (only 7.2%), and relaxation of preventive measures. Official figures say the strain accounts for 11% of cases which was met with skepticism by the experts who put the figure at 32% at least. Delta is now dominant in four main regions and many of them are considering reinstating measures to contain the spike in infections in the +15-30 group. To make matters worse, 40% of +60's are not fully vaccinated as well as 25% of the 40's-60's group who have only had one dose. England: On Monday, and despite the rise in infections - some 50,000 daily cases-, restrictions have been lifted, including masking and social distancing. 69% of the population have received one jab and 52% are fully vaccinated. Whether betting strongly on herd immunity or high vaccination rates and perhaps hoping Covid has become a manageable threat, England is opening its economy. The government is being accused of recklessly exposing the population and running the risk of creating the conditions for the emergence of a new vaccine defense evading variant. The U.S.: 83% of cases are now caused by Delta, strain which has been identified in all 50 states. 49% of the population is fully vaccinated but the increase in infections is more dramatic in areas with relaxed precautions and higher vaccine hesitancy. Hospitalizations have increased. The majority are either unvaccinated or partially vaccinated people. The CDC reported that preliminary data suggested that 99.5% of deaths were unvaccinated people thus confirming Scottish findings: this strain is twice as likely to lead to hospitalization.
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  11. The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control in its threat assessment brief on the Delta variant has projections that indicate that, since it is more transmissible, by the end of August, 90% of infections in the EU will have been caused by this variant. Their modeling scenarios also confirm the following: Because of the increase in circulation of Delta, the overall risk of infection is considered to be low for fully vaccinated individuals and high to very high for partially or unvaccinated people. Any relaxation of preventive measures could lead to a fast and significant increase in daily cases in all age groups. Full vaccination of all age groups should be achieved as early as possible to reduce hospitalizations and deaths, thus keeping incidence at manageable levels. Older age groups (+50) and those with underlying co-morbidities are more likely to be hospitalized. Properly identifying and monitoring circulating Covid types is crucial for the early detection of emerging variants. Source: ECDC
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  12. As of Thursday July 1st most of the restrictions are lifted as follows: Curfews and intercity travel restrictions: lifted on Thursday at 05.00 a.m. Factories, offices, shops and cinemas: will open and be able to advertise their normal working hours provided they have due permits. The number of people at cafes and restaurants will not be limited provided the distance between chairs and tables, specified in the previous circular, is respected. Board games at cafes and social clubs are allowed. Nargile is not allowed. Parks, gardens and picnic premises will open as of Thursday. Weddings, Sunnet, Kına, Festivals, Concerts and other mass gatherings: allowed ensuring a distance between people of 4 m outdoors and 6 m. in indoor premises. Food and drink can be served. Live music: only until 12.00 p.m. Dancing: only if social distancing is observed. Public Transport: Social distancing, hygiene measures and masking will go on. Vehicles will work at 100% carrying capacity. +65 and -18 will be able to use public transport. Hotels, motels and pansyon: Both indoor and outdoor facilities will operate observing social distancing. Public Offices: will go back to normal working hours. Borders: Citizens from Bangladesh, Brasil, South Africa, India and Nepal will present a negative 72 hours prior to PCR test deemed enough to enter the country without being subject to quarantine. Citizens from Afghanistan and Pakistan are subject to 10 days obligatory quarantine but, if the PCR test to be made on the seventh day of confinement rendered negative results, they will not need to complete said confinement. Each province will decide where quarantines will be held as well as who will cover the costs. Travelers who do not present proof of negative PCR/quick antigen tests, or those who test positive, will be able to quarantine at their destination addresses. Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs
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  13. Even though the website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs is working, and in spite of the fact that ''Nüfüs'' has offices in every corner of Turkey, the flow of work is slower than usual in the areas of passport, drivers license and identity cards. On the one hand, their personnel are working on a flexible hours basis, and on the other, the sudden increase in citizens who can now, during this gradual normalization period, go out and take care of pandemic-postponed administrative procedures, seem to be the cause for the sluggish allotment of appointments and the sudden flood of citizen complaints. Source: Hürriyet
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  14. In order to encourage lira savings, deposits of up to 6 months have now a lower tax, from 15% it went down to 5%, while tax on deposits of up to one year has gone from 12% to 3%. Accounts of more than a year tenure are not subject to taxes. This is the third time these measures have been extended since September 2020. They will remain in force until the end of July. Source: Hürriyet
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  15. Minister Fahrettin Koca made a statement after the Cabinet meeting finished yesterday. He pointed out that the effects of the curfew would be evaluated later in this month but, for the time being, when looking at these last 10 days, the number of hospitalizations was going down and that he could say this trend would go on: ''we hope to see the same effect in the number of severe cases and deaths''. He also added that the number of already administered vaccines was some 24 million: two doses, administered to 10 million people, and 14,352,956 for those who had had their first dose. Dr. Mehmet Ceyhan, pediatric infectologist of the Hacettepe Hospital, evaluated the current situation for CNNTurk TV, interview which has also been reproduced by Hürriyet newspaper. He said that in a context where so may countries have had problems with vaccine suppliers, ordering more than needed to secure the doses was common practice, like the case of Canada ordering an amount four times greater than their population. ''Vaccinating is definitely the way to end the pandemic.'' When asked about local versions of vaccines he estimated we would have a locally produced shot viable for use at the beginning of the autumn. Ceyhan made a point out of being careful when interpreting the different trends in terms of numbers of cases. He said that a total lock down had never been implemented yet; the present curfew is referred to by the Health Minister as a ''tight'' lock down. ''Before the curfew, we saw massive population movements. Between the 16-17/05 people will return home. Some will be able to extend their stay for some days. Then we will see how this goes. We must be organized. We will go on verifying fluctuations in the number of cases until we reach complete vaccination.'' ''As for a total re-opening, it will have to be done in stages: once we lift a regulation, a week has to go by to be able to re-evaluate. These days, practically 100% of the infections can be attributed to the Kent variant. Since more than an eighty per cent of +65 people have been immunized, now we are seeing a higher incidence in youngsters and children. The number of cases in children is incredibly high and they constitute a high transmission factor. If schools were re-opened, we would have to keep all the other preventive measures in place.'' Source: Hürriyet
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  16. At 18.37 hs today the Turkish Minister of Health, Fahrettin Koca, addressed the population informing about the number of cases, the vaccination campaign and mutations. Sinovac: The Chinese supplier has not complied with the agreed deadlines so the immunization with this vaccine (those who got their first jab with this brand) might be slower but in the following days the deliveries will reach the country and the number of available vials will increase. Pfizer: On April 12th 4.5 million doses of Biontech arrived in Turkey and by June 30 million will have reached the country. Planned delays between the administration of the first and second doses may be between 6 and 8 weeks, this being a safe practice. Sputnik V: The agreement with Gamalayeva announced on April 22th has been confirmed and the first vaccines are expected to arrive in May. The shipments will go on during the next six months to complete a total of 50 million doses. Technology transference to produce the shot locally has also been agreed upon. The separate viral lineage developing in India (double mutant E484Q and L452R, variant B 1.617) has been found in 5 patients who are in isolation in Istanbul. Source: Haberturk
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  17. Minister Koca announced via Twitter that anyone over 55 years of age can, as of today, get their vaccination appointment on the phone, dialling 182 or on the internet via MHRS. Source: Cumhurriyet
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  18. Turkish Health Minister, Fahrettin Koca stated last night that there are plans to inoculate more than 50 million people against COVID 19 by the end of May. The majority of the vaccines, 100 million doses, will be supplied by the Chinese pharmaceutical company, Sinovac. The remaining number will be BioNTech/Pfeizer's vaccine. As previously stated Turkey has instigated a 4 tier risk level for each province based on numbers of cases and vaccines given. Public health boards in each province will be able to decide whether to lift restrictions or impose further restrictions based on those levels. A number of province, unfortunately , have seen a rise in the reported cases . This has lead to several provinces imposing further restrictions. These have included a ban on picnics on the beach, 15 day ban on certain gatherings including wedding parties, mass dinners and lunches held at home. It is hoped that the provinces in the low risk category will begin the normalisation process from next week. This will include the gradual reopening of businesses and the lifting of curfews. Source: Daily Sabah COVID-19 Vaccinations are being given in a series of groups. You can see the chart which displays the progress of the vaccination plan, and when you can expect to be eligible for vaccination here: COVID-19 Vaccination Timetable Groups for which vaccinations have been completed are displayed in green.
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  19. As stated by the Turkish Ministry of Health, they are now vaccinating people aged between 75 and 80. So if you fall between these ages and you wish to receive the vaccine, it is important to ensure that your details are on the Enabiz website. If you miss your slot you will have to wait until the end of the programme to be vaccinated. Vaccinations are being given in a series of groups. You can see the chart which displays the progress of the vaccination plan, and when you can expect to be eligible for vaccination here: https://covid19asi.saglik.gov.tr/TR-77707/asi-uygulanacak-grup-siralamasi.html Completed vaccinations by groups are displayed in green.
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  20. As previously stated the Turkish Government has started the roll out of their vaccination programme. GOV.UK states that if you have valid residency then you will be eligible for the vaccine. However, you must first register with the Turkish service through the Enabiz website, as your details may not be included in the system. Even if you are already registered on the Enabiz system, you may still need to request a vaccine through their website. Once you are on the website there is a page with English instructions on how to proceed. Vaccinations are being given in a series of groups. You can see the chart which displays the progress of the vaccination plan, and when you can expect to be eligible for vaccination here: https://covid19asi.saglik.gov.tr/TR-77707/asi-uygulanacak-grup-siralamasi.html Completed vaccinations by groups are displayed in green.
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  21. According to Daily Sabah Newspaper, Turkey will soon receive 10 million doses of the Chinese CoronaVac. The Minister of Health, Dr. Fahrettin Koc stated that 6.5 million doses will arrive on Monday 25th January. This is the second batch Turkey has received. The vaccination process began on the 13th of January after the first batch of 3 million doses was received. To date, 1,200,000 people have been vaccinated. This number includes 600,000 health workers in the first two days. Vaccinations will be given in four groups. You can see the chart which explains the vaccination plan here: https://covid19asi.saglik.gov.tr/TR-77707/asi-uygulanacak-grup-siralamasi.html Completed vaccinations by groups are displayed in green. it is important to ensure that your details are on the Enabiz website. If you miss your slot you will have to wait until the end of the programme to be vaccinated.
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  22. The Daily Sabah newspaper reported yesterday that Turkey is to introduce a new animal rights law, which will forbid people keeping more than three dogs per household. Ozlem Zengin, the Vice Chair of the ruling Justice and Development Party( AK Party) stated that the new law will be presented to Parliament within two weeks. Also within this legislation will be the proviso that all pets must be chipped. If a pet is found abandoned on the street, the owner will face a fine of up to 10,000tl. People can also be imprisoned for torture and harming animals. Pets will no longer be sold in pet shops. The selling of pets will only be possible under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. This new legislation will not only regulate the rights of cats and dogs, but will also include other animals , reptiles and insects including bees and fish.
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  23. Dr. Haluk Eraksoy, president of the Istanbul University Hospital department of Infectious Diseases and Dr Cenap Sarialioğlu, from the Pharmacists Chamber, warned the population against the use of quick Covid test kits. Because of the technique used, those tests tend to give false results, whether positive or negative. ''In order to properly measure antibodies in blood the best technique to use is Elisa and such tests are performed at hospitals'', said Dr Eraksoy. There are approximately 100 different brands in the market and even though they have been banned for sale at pharmacies, people still get them on the internet to avoid going to health centers for fear of contagion and even to avoid having to disclose positive results. Source: Cumhurriyet
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  24. Mehmet Nuri Ersoy (the Culture and Tourism Minister) stated that Turkey will continue to demand a negative PCR test from travellers entering Turkey until 15 April. After that date, the number of cases (in the country) will be assessed. If there is a decrease the restriction will be lifted for that country. To date 11.03 million vaccine doses have been administered across Turkey. Source: Daily Sabah COVID-19 Vaccinations are being given in a series of groups. You can see the chart which displays the progress of the vaccination plan, and when you can expect to be eligible for vaccination here: COVID-19 Vaccination Timetable Groups for which vaccinations have been completed are displayed in green.
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