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After nearly two months of lock-down, citizens over 65 were permitted to go out for a few hours:

 


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On May 4, President Erdoğan announced the beginning of a normalization process by loosening up some of the measures the government had earlier introduced. While the weekend curfew will carry on for a few more weeks, the intercity travel ban has been lifted from 7 cities and shopping malls and hairdressers are scheduled to reopen on May 11. Authorities have decided that Turkey is ready to gradually move on to the normalizattion phase of the pandemic.

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