Turkey to clamp down approaching New Year’s parties amid virus curfew

Turkey’s president has cautioned parties won’t be permitted and regulation enforcement w monitor for any offenses. The convention said collecting could be prohibited”less a taste but as a requirement” for general health.

Istanbul’s governor said Thursday a few 34,000 law enforcement employees are on duty to apply the principles in Turkey’s most populous town. The convention announced over 208,000 officers are operating around the nation and have put up numerous control factors.

Tourists, who’ve been exempt from lockdowns, will likewise not be permitted to visit symbolic squares and paths.

Turkey has one of the worst disease rates in the world but official figures reveal the seven-day average of daily diseases has dropped to approximately 16,000 from over 30,000 since day curfews and weekend lockdowns were instituted in early December.

The entire death toll so far is 20,642, according to health ministry figures.