Turkey: Turkey introduced more restrictions today to keep measures in place for people in the home and to fight the spread of COVID-19, as the number of confirmed cases is increasing rapidly and spread throughout the country. . The government has also promised to increase virus testing and vaccination efforts.

Turkey's Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said on Twitter that seven people had died of the COVID-19 virus on Tuesday, increasing the number of people infected by the virus, according to the Al Monitor news release on March 25, 2020. The death toll rose to 44, and the official number of cases rose to 1,872. In a press conference on Monday, he said cases were being recorded across Turkey and acknowledged that the virus infection in the country now exceeds direct or indirect infection.

Turkey has dispatched new drugs from China to 40 cities today, promising to reduce the cure to just four days, but did not give the name. China, where the COVID-19 virus first emerged at the end of last year, is also providing Turkey with up to one million rapid diagnostic tools to extend tests performed on 24,000 patients. ៕

Update: October