Administrative Procedures were Taken against 9 thousand 583 people who did not comply with the Restriction Decision

Administrative action was taken against a thousand people who did not comply with the restriction order.
Administrative action was taken against a thousand people who did not comply with the restriction order.

Administrative penalties were imposed on 9 people who did not comply with the curfew.

The statement made by the Ministry of Internal Affairs is as follows: In the course of the Covid-19 epidemic that affected our country in March, it has been observed that there has been an increase in our country, as in the whole world.

Due to this increase in the course of the epidemic, the application of curfew restrictions started on the weekend in line with the decisions taken in the Presidential Cabinet, which was chaired by our President.

In this context, curfews have been restricted from 21:20 on Saturday, November 00 to 22:10 on Sunday, November 00, and from 22:20 on Sunday, November 00, until 23:05 on Monday, November 00, with exceptions.

Our citizens have largely adapted to the restriction decision. Even if a small number of citizens did not comply with the restriction decision, administrative or judicial proceedings were applied. Judicial or administrative action was taken within the scope of the General Hygiene Law and the relevant articles of the TCK to a total of 9 persons who did not comply with the said restriction decision.

It is extremely important to comply with the measures taken in order to fight the coronavirus epidemic, as it has been until today.

Considering the sacrifices we have made so far, we have to continue to apply our cleaning, mask and distance measures with precision.

Let's not forget that as long as we strongly comply with the measures, we can keep the coranavirus epidemic under control and move on to the normalization process faster.

We thank our beloved nation once again for their patience, self-sacrifice and devotion in this difficult process.

Armin

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