According to the decision of the Turkish government, the curfew in the country will be abolished from July 1, local media writes.
In addition, from July 1, most of the restrictions imposed for the prevention of coronavirus will be lifted; in particular, closed jobs and cinemas will be reopened, it will be possible to hold wedding ceremonies in the open without limiting the number of guests.
Also, according to the decision of the government, concerts and festivals will be allowed. Parks, gardens, and picnic areas will open.
Since the outbreak of the epidemic to date, 5,409,027 people have been infected with the coronavirus in Turkey, and the death toll exceeds 49 576.