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The curfew in the TRNC has been extended


Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Ersan Sanerannounced that the curfew in the country has been extended until February 26.

The Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Ersan Saner, announced the decisions of the new Cabinet of Ministers regarding the coronavirus virus. As part of new decisions by the Cabinet of Ministers, the curfew in the TRNC, which has been in place since the first week of this month, has been extended once again.

According to the new decisions, the curfew will remain in force throughout the TRNC until February 26. However, it was decided to soften for some sectors. Prime Minister Saner, stating that new regulations have been made in connection with the decision to close completely, “Since February 22, 2021, it has been decided to gradually open enterprises and / or activities due to the steady decline in the local population. Pollution in our country.

Restaurants, cafes and buffets will only serve as delivery, online sales and delivery, but customers will not be allowed to sit inside. Package services will be provided between 07: 00-21: 00.

Clothing stores will be open, but product testing is not allowed. The full curfew in the country, except for basic needs, will last from 22 to 26 February, and all establishments except pharmacies and bakeries will be closed on Sundays from 22 February.

Theater, cinema, engagement ceremonies, weddings, taverns, bars, internet cafes, playgrounds, swimming pools, massage parlors and nightclubs will remain closed.

14 events in the last 24 hours

TRNC Minister of Health Ali PilliDuring the last 24 hours, 5556 tests conducted in the country revealed 14 positive Covid-19 cases, 11 of which were local. In the country where one person died due to the virus, 69 people were released after defeating the virus. Pilli said the total number of cases had risen to 3,171 and 475 people were being treated. Stating that there were 7 patients in the intensive care unit, Pilli said that the total death toll from Covid-19 reached 22. (PUA)

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