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#Covid19 updates: “Citizens 65 Years and Older, Chronically Ill Restricted from Going Out in Public

Minister of Health has announced that 12 more people have lost their lives and 277 new Covid-19 cases have been diagnosed in Turkey in the last 24 hours. Accordingly, the death toll has increased to 21 and the number of cases to 947.
As part of coronavirus measures, the Ministry of Interior has restricted citizens who are 65 years and older and who have chronic diseases from going out in public and walking in open areas such as parks and gardens as of this midnight.

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