The Corona virus outbreak continues. Despite the measures taken, the increase in the number of cases enabled new restrictions to come. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced new bans after his cabinet meeting on August 30. The Ministry of Interior issued a circular on these bans. Here are the details …
IS THERE A PROHIBITION TO GO ON THE STREET ON THE WEEK?
In the section on the subject in the circular of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, “Until a new decision is taken, curfew will be applied between 21.00-05.00 on the days of the week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday).
As the first application, a curfew will be imposed for all citizens, starting at 21:00 on Tuesday, 01.12.2020 and ending at 05:00 on Wednesday, 02.12.2020, and in the following weeks, the application will be carried out on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, as stated above. will continue. “statements were given.
IS THERE A BAN ON THE WEEKEND?
In the section on the subject in the circular of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, “Until a new decision is taken, curfew will be restricted on weekends, starting at 21:00 on Fridays, covering the whole of Saturday and Sunday and ending at 05:00 on Mondays.
As the first application, a curfew will be imposed for all our citizens, starting at 21:00 on Friday, 04.12.2020, and ending at 05:00 on Monday, 07.12.2020, and the practice will continue in the same way on the following weekends. “
BUSINESSES THAT ARE OPEN FOR THE WEEKEND BAN
In the section on the subject in the circular of the Ministry of Interior, “The places and persons specified in the Annex will be exempted from the restriction in order to ensure the continuity of production, manufacturing, supply and logistics chains, health, agriculture and forestry activities during the curfew.
On Saturdays and Sundays, when there are restrictions, markets, grocery stores, greengrocers, butchers and nuts can operate between 10.0017.00 hours, provided that our citizens (except those aged 65 and over and under 20) are limited to meeting their mandatory needs and not driving (except disabled citizens) ) will be able to go to the closest market, grocery store, greengrocer, butcher and dried fruit shops to their residence. Between the same hours, grocery stores, grocery stores, greengrocers, butchers, dried fruits and online ordering companies will be able to make sales to home / address.
On Saturdays and Sundays, bakeries and / or bakery licensed businesses and only bread-selling dealers of these workplaces will be open (Only bread and bakery products can be sold in these workplaces). Our citizens (excluding those aged 65 and over and under 20) will be able to go to and from the bakery within walking distance of their residences, provided that they are limited to meeting their bread and flour needs and do not drive a vehicle (except for disabled citizens).
Bread distribution vehicles belonging to bakery and bakery products licensed businesses can only serve bread to markets and grocery stores, and no sales will be made on the streets with bread distribution vehicles.
Restaurants and restaurant-style establishments can only be open to serve as take-away service between 10.00-20.00 on Saturdays and Sundays when there is a curfew. “
WHAT IS THE WORKING HOURS OF PUBLIC STAFF?
In the relevant section of the Ministry of Internal Affairs circular, “In line with the letter of the Presidency Administrative Affairs dated 30.11.2020 and numbered 46676; the daily working start and end times of public institutions and organizations in the provinces will be between 10:00 and 16:00 on Wednesday, 02.12.2020. and personnel service hours will be rearranged according to these working hours. ” statements were included.
SPORTS HALLS, POOL, SPA ETC. WILL BUSINESSES BE CLOSED?
In the part of the Ministry of Internal Affairs circular on the subject, it was stated that “The activities of swimming pools, baths, saunas, massage salons and amusement parks can be stopped, only coupon / ganyan can be deposited at ganyan, claim and national lottery dealers without accepting customers”.
HOW WILL THE NEEDS OF CITIZENS AGED 65 AND OVER BE MET?
In the section on the subject in the circular of the Ministry of Interior, “In the period and days with a curfew By planning the basic needs (bread, basic food, etc.) of our citizens aged 65 and over, Vefa Social Support Units will be covered through. “
CAN OVER 65 AND UNDER 20 TAKE PUBLIC TRANSPORT?
In the section on the subject in the Ministry of Internal Affairs circular, “Citizens aged 65 and under and under 20 years old can use public transportation (metro, metrobus) within the hours determined by our Circular dated 18.11.2020 and numbered 19161 (between 10.0013.00 and 13.0016.00) , buses, minibuses, minibuses, etc.).
SHOPPING MALLS WILL BE ENTERED WITH HES CODE!
In the section on the subject in the circular of the Ministry of Interior, “The number of customers that can be accepted at the same time for each shopping mall and district market is determined separately by the decision of the Provincial / District General Hygiene Boards,
In addition, complete inspections in shopping malls and district markets with the shopping mall Covid19 responsible and marketplace managers responsible for following the rules / measures taken in the previous Circulars, and the police / law enforcement units,
Requirements for HES code requirements for employees and customers at the entrance to shopping malls and ensuring that employees or customers who do not encounter any problems are admitted to the shopping mall after making the necessary inquiries.