The circular, which is expected to be published within 48 hours, was learned to include tourism measures closely related to Alanya.
CNN Turk Ankara Representative Dicle Canova announced that a new circular will be published within 48 hours in the fight against coronavirus.
The circular, which will explain the new steps to be taken, will also explain the tourism measures that closely concern Alanya.
Streaming the developments live, Canova spoke as follows;
Today or tomorrow this circular will be made public. Who will be exempt, which businesses will be open, these are more or less determined. A circular is also expected in this direction. Will there be a step out in the Circular at certain times for over 65 years of age? I did not get such an impression, but there is a search for a formula in this regard. The Ministry of the Interior and the Science committee are acting together. Perhaps, during the next weekend curfew restriction, this opportunity can be given over 65 years of age within the framework of certain rules for 1-2 hours a day.
PREPARATION FOR THE TOURISM WITH HARD WORK
There is a preparation in the Ministry after the Eid of Ramadan. The Ministry will likely announce new concrete decisions next week. A corona certification is mentioned. It is expected that these criteria will become clear next week and those who meet these criteria will become operational first.
THE FIRST STEP FOR SHOPPING MALLS WILL BE TAKEN IN CITIES WITH LESS NUMBER OF CASE
Sector representatives will also give an opinion. It is thought that some of the strict rules framework can be opened before the feast. Maybe the first steps will be taken in the provinces where the number of cases is low.
HAIRDRESSERS, BEAUTY HALLS AND BARBERS
A bit more history is predicted. They are pointed at the beginning of June.
WHEN WILL THE SCHOOLS BE OPENED?
A meeting will be held with the Minister of Health and the Minister of Education. There will be an explanation after 48 hours. According to the first information I got, the opening of schools will be postponed until the end of May. Opening schools for a short time. But the impression I got is that this seems unlikely. Class passing is based on the success of the 1st semester. The opinion that a test based on distance education will not be fair is in the dominant ministry.
The LGS exam may also be postponed until the end of July.
It is expected to open in September. It is seen that compensatory trainings will be held in autumn. But the data is very important.