By the end of the year, Turkey will receive one or more vaccines developed in foreign countries, Erdogan promised.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan announced new restrictions in connection with the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. This is reported by Haberturk on Tuesday, November 3.
According to him, the citizens of the country must strictly observe the mask regime, social distance, and hygiene measures.
“We are introducing flexible working hours in government agencies and the private sector. Inspections in the markets will be strengthened. Opening hours of cafes, restaurants, wedding salons, theaters, cinemas, swimming pools, hairdressing salons will be limited until 22:00,” Erdogan said.
He assured that the situation with the coronavirus in Turkey is “controlled”. The Turkish leader promised that by the end of the year the country will receive one or more vaccines developed in foreign countries.
“In the spring, we will also offer our citizens our own vaccines,” Erdogan said.
Earlier this week, it became known that Erdogan’s press secretary Ibrahim Kalyn was infected with COVID-19. Also, Turkish Interior Minister Suleiman Soylu fell ill with coronavirus. He was hospitalized.