Service support was provided to healthcare workers and citizens discharged from the hospital in the curfew, which was announced at the weekend by Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality as part of the fight against Corona Virus (COVID-19).
While the measures against Corona Virus, which emerged in China on December 12 and turned into a global epidemic in a short time, are increasing day by day, the scope of the measures implemented to prevent the increase in the number of cases has expanded. In this regard, the Metropolitan Municipality has signed an exemplary study in order to prevent possible victimizations in the curfew in 30 cities, 31 of which are in the country, and provided transportation services to healthcare professionals and patients discharged from the hospital.
Within the framework of the curfew announced on 11-12 to 18-19 of April, a total of 3 healthcare professionals and 785 citizens discharged from the hospital benefited from the transportation organized by the Vehicle Allocation Authority of the Metropolitan Municipality.
On the other hand, the healthcare professionals also expressed their satisfaction by emphasizing that the transportation service is of vital importance and the officials who helped the patients who are discharged to go to their homes.