Mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Tunç Soyerannounced that they will take measures to prevent citizens from getting on public transportation vehicles without a mask, within the scope of corona virus measures.
President Tunç Soyer In a local television program he attended on April 2, he said that they would make it mandatory to ride on public transportation vehicles with masks, and that they had started preparations for it. A day after Soyer's statement, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced the curfew for those under the age of 20 within the scope of corona virus measures, and announced that they made mask mandatory in places such as closed areas, markets and marketplaces. The Ministry of Interior also announced the measures as a circular.
Restriction is positive but insufficient
Mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Tunç Soyer He reminded that they wanted a curfew to be imposed long ago to prevent the epidemic, and that they finally presented it as an official request at the Provincial Pandemic Board last Monday. Stating that they welcomed the recent restriction decisions, although they were insufficient, President Soyer said, "We reiterate our demand for a curfew to be declared without delay. There is no other way to stop and slow down the spread of the epidemic. In the meantime, we want people not to get on public transport without a mask. For this purpose, we took action on the purchase of masks days ago and showed our will. I hope the people of Izmir will abide by this rule. We will also support the people of Izmir who cannot provide masks," he said.
Günceleme: 13/04/2020 20:52
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