Due to the failure to comply with the precautions and rules lately coronavirus regional bans were put on the agenda with the increasing speed of the epidemic and the re-intensity. By looking at the course of the epidemic, a city-wide, district, neighborhood, street quarantines and curfews will be imposed depending on the risk situation specific to each city.
Curfews will be declared in the districts, districts and neighborhoods in cities where there is high mobility and isolation cannot be provided, especially in Istanbul, Ankara, Diyarbakır, Konya, Malatya, Şanlıurfa, Mardin and Batman. Transitions between the districts will be closed except for essential needs and exceptional cases. Curfews on weekends may also be brought to the agenda in provinces or regions with high risk levels.
‘BEACHS UNDER THE LENS
While the Ministry of Internal Affairs warned the 81 provincial governorships to increase controls, they asked for additional measures to be taken in the streets and streets where the mobility is the most, in public transportation areas, beach bands, promenade areas, picnic, sports and walking areas. Measures related to the intensity of the boat and country parties reflected from Istanbul and holiday regions, beaches and beaches, and beaches, will also be increased. In such cases where the rules of social distance are violated, those who do not obey the rules will be fined separately, as well as judicial proceedings will be applied to the responsible people. The beach, which does not comply with the rules, will be sealed, the boats will be tied, and judicial proceedings (prison terms from 2 months to 1 year) will be initiated for the responsible persons.
PERSON NOT COMPLIANCE WITH THE QUANTITY
COVID-19 test positive and at home quarantine Strict precautions also come for those whose treatment is decided under. In case of violation of the quarantine rules, a fine will be imposed under Article 282 of the General Sanitary Law, and a prison sentence of 2 months to 1 year will be imposed for the spread of illness, in accordance with Article 195 of the Turkish Criminal Code (TCK). Forensic procedures are carried out under this article for those who do not comply with the ban and spread epidemic diseases. Article 195 of the TCK provides the following provision:
“The person who does not comply with the measures after the quarantine of the place where anyone who has caught or died of an infectious disease is quarantined, is punished with imprisonment from 2 months to 1 year.”
KONYA PROVINCE HEALTH MANAGER KOÇ: HOSPITAL HAS NOT ENOUGHT AT THIS SPEED
As of yesterday morning, service has started to be provided in Konya City Hospital in the field of emergency and polyclinics. Answering the questions of the press members at the hospital, Provincial Health Manager Mehmet Koç said, “We are starting the service with the first stage with 838 beds. Until the end of the year, we will continue to serve with the second phase of the 1250 bed completed. We are going through an intensive process. Our Konya Training and Research Hospital will continue to serve completely as a pandemic hospital. If it goes at this speed, it would not be enough for another city hospital. So we have to be careful. ” (Mehmet IŞIK / DHA)
PILOT CITY KIRIKKALE IN THE NEW STRUGGLE METHOD
With the additional circular issued by the Ministry of Internal Affairs regarding coronavirus measures, new methods are being used in combating the epidemic. In this context, a provincial epidemic control center was established within the governor’s office in Kırıkkale, which was selected as a pilot province, to ensure one-stop management of the audit activities. Outbreak control team of 100 people was established. The team, who started to work, will go street-to-street, inspecting workplaces, city public transportation vehicles and taxis. The team, which recorded the name, address and negligence of the audited persons, transferred the information to the created database.
‘SAFE AREA’ LOGO
Within the scope of ‘Coronavirus Provincial Control Application Model’, the use of the ‘safe space’ system will also be expanded in workplaces, urban public transportation vehicles and taxis. Inspections will be directed based on feedback from citizens. As a result of three inspections, workplaces that have been determined to comply with the rules, urban public transportation vehicles and taxis will be given a ‘safe space’ logo. (Hasan AKYILDIZ / DHA)