The next two months are aimed at vaccinating all people over the age of 20, said “Prime Minister” Ersan Saner, urging citizens to follow the rules of protection, mask, distances and hand washing so that there is no increase in cases that cause damage and in economy.
Regarding the vaccination program, he said that by the end of March, 10,000 doses of vaccine are needed for the second dose of vaccination, adding that during his visit to Turkey within the week, the issue of vaccines will be high on the agenda.
Regarding higher education, Mr. Saner said that to date, 3,500 students have gone to the occupied areas and another 10,000 are expected to arrive by the end of March.
For tourism, he said that they work together with the “highest committee of infectious diseases” of the “Ministry of Health” and although the date of reopening of the sector is given as April 1, but from May the tourists are expected to come.
In the field of education, Ersan Saner said that vaccinating employees is a priority.
Meanwhile, after the lifting of restrictions on flights to and from the pseudo-state, the “Ministry of Transport” announced that between February 22-28, 6,002 passengers with 41 flights went to the occupied areas.
Last night in the occupied areas 33 cases were announced, 21 domestic, from 3338 laboratory tests. The total number of cases is 3416, 590 people continue their treatment, 78 in hospital. There are two people in the intensive care unit, while the total number of victims is 23.
As of today, new relaxations are in place in the occupied territories, with the opening of several restaurants in the restaurant, in addition to cafes and restaurants. Businesses will be able to offer services only for pickup or home delivery. From March 4, barbershops and hairdressers will start operating, provided that their employees have undergone PCR testing from March 3.
The traffic ban continues at night between 21: 00-05: 00 and e-learning for all schools. They can open as many nurseries as they want.
Meanwhile, the reaction of the association of restaurant owners has been provoked by the decision not to open their own businesses and they state that they will ask the “government” to open on Thursday, March 4, together with the hairdressers and barbershops. If they do not succeed, they say they are determined to open next Monday, even if they have to pay fines.
In the Turkish press and electronic media there is a reference to catering companies that have gone on sale, even through their social media websites, as they can not cope with the financial situation that has been created and the fact that they are closed here and time.
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