ANTALYA Provincial General Hygiene Board continues to make new decisions within the scope of coronavirus measures. Accordingly, the working hours of the sectors in Antalya and Alanya were reorganized. Those who do not comply with the working hours determined by sectors will be given administrative fines.
Here are the sectors and working hours:
MARKETS
It was decided that all markets will serve between 09.00 and 21.00.
From 09:00 on Wednesday of 8 April, the opening and closing hours of the previously held state, pharmacy, market, buffet etc. The implementation of regulations regarding workplaces will continue.

RETAIL SELLING BUSINESSES
Businesses selling meat and fish products, such as grocery stores, dried fruits, charcuterie, delicatessen, and LPG cylinders and water sales will be available between 09.00 and 21.00 on weekdays and weekends.
Retail, construction materials, textiles, bags and shoes, carpets, furniture, cosmetics, electronic products, white goods and air conditioning, jewelery, stationery, automotive and automotive supply industry products and services to the end consumer, insurance, real estate, travel agency, etc. other businesses will operate between 09.00 and 18.00 on weekdays and will be closed on weekends.
THOSE SECTORS WILL BE ABLE TO DETERMINE THE WORKING HOURS THEMSELVES
Retail agrochemicals, seeds, fertilizer selling businesses, weekdays between 09.00 – 21.00 hours will serve, the weekend will be closed. Establishments engaged in wholesale and distribution of goods, construction and manufacturing facilities (food factories, industrial plants, houses, agricultural production of plants) and medical establishments, health care products selling products, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, take the necessary precautions within the framework of the arrangements provided for themselves will be able to determine the working hours.
FINE OF 3.542 TL FOR THOSE WHO FAIL TO COMPLY WITH THE DECISION
In case of hesitation about opening and closing hours, an application can be made to Antalya Provincial Directorate of Commerce.
It was also announced that a total of 3.542 TL administrative fines related to workplaces that do not comply with the decision of the Board will be imposed on judicial macaques with the request of two months to a year of imprisonment and cancellation / license cancellation.