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Turkey to impose partial weekend curfews to control coronavirus surge

ISTANBUL: Turkey has decided to tighten sanctions to control the increasing cases of coronavirus, which has affected 55,943,122 people in the world.

According to a foreign news agency, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in this regard said that there will be a partial lockdown in Turkey by the end of the week, and schools will remain closed till the end of the year.

He said that online education will continue in Turkey while restaurants will only be able to provide delivery service. It should be noted that the number of coronavirus cases is increasing rapidly all over the world once again.

The global pandemic has killed 1.333 million people worldwide. So far, more than 38.52 million patients of coronavirus have recovered and 15.526 million are undergoing treatment.

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Coronavirus has the highest number of registered cases and deaths in the United States. In the United States, 252,652 deaths, and more than 11.538 million cases have been reported from the virus.

India ranks second in the world in terms of corona cases, with 130,559 deaths and more than 8,874,000 deaths. The total number of deaths from corona in Turkey is 11,704 and more than 421,413 people are affected.