Gradual normalization process of Turkey's risk map every week coronavirus, color map is updated every two weeks. Turkey is low, moderate, high and very high risk separated according to color as provincial and constraints were identified.
Weekly Case Map by City
Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca, on his Twitter account, shows the current map with the number of coronavirus cases seen in 100 thousand people from province to province. It is possible to normalize by following the measures. " shared with the message.
Provinces with a weekly number of cases less than 100 per 10 thousand will be considered "low", 11-35 "medium", 36-100 "high", and over 100 provinces with "very high" risk. The Ministry, according to the February 15 to 21 historic number Covidien-100 cases per 19 thousand people covering the period of data, based on the number of cases in Turkey 5 provinces with low-risk, 25 provinces medium risk and 39 provincial high-risk, 12 provinces are entering into a very high-risk category .
Coronavirus Risk Map of Provinces by Color
6-12 March Number of Cases by City
Health Minister Fahrettin Koca shared the current map with the number of coronavirus cases seen in 100 thousand people from province to province on his Twitter account.
The change compared to the previous week drew attention on the map, which includes data between March 6-12.
According to provinces, between March 6-12, the number of Kovid-19 cases per 100 thousand people was 178,25 in Istanbul, 68,53 in Ankara and 78,57 in Izmir.
According to weekly data, the most Kovid-100 cases per 19 thousand were seen in Samsun, Sinop, Giresun, Balıkesir and Kilis.
The provinces with at least Kovid-100 cases per 19 thousand were listed as Siirt, Şırnak, Hakkari, Şanlıurfa and Batman.
Number of Cases by City
Province Name Number
Within the scope of the 'Controlled Normalization' measures taken against the coronavirus epidemic, the colors of the provinces will be redefined according to the number of cases every week, and the normalization practice will be updated every two weeks.