When Do Bans End? When Will the Curfew and Other Prohibitions End?

when will the bans end, when will the curfew and other bans end?
when will the bans end, when will the curfew and other bans end?

The gradual normalization process, which started on June 1, continues. At the last Cabinet Meeting, the status of all restrictions applied, such as gyms, movie theaters, swimming pools, weekday weekend curfews, was left to the next decision. Millions are looking for answers to the questions of when the bans end, equivalent to the falling number of coronavirus cases, and whether the bans will be lifted on June 10. With the meeting to be held this week, when will the ban end, will it be lifted on June 10? It is expected that the answers to the questions of when the bans end with the 2021 Normalization calendar will find answers.

As part of the gradual normalization in social life, while the curfew continues on weekdays and weekends, it has been decided to free travel between cities during the periods and days when curfew is not applied. While Turkey's eyes and ears are turned to the Cabinet Meeting decisions and results, the questions of when the bans will be lifted will be expected to be answered.

curfew hours
In the second stage of the gradual normalization period; Between 22.00-05.00 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday; On Sundays, a curfew will be applied, starting at 22.00:05.00 on Saturday, covering the entire Sunday and ending at XNUMX:XNUMX on Monday.

NORMALIZATION AFTER JUNE 1, NEW DECISIONS TAKEN AT BUSINESS – MAY 31, 2021

During the month of June, curfew restrictions will continue to be applied on weekdays and Saturdays between 22.00:05.00 in the evening and XNUMX:XNUMX in the morning.

This limitation will be applied on the weekend between 22.00:05.00 on Saturday and XNUMX:XNUMX on Monday morning, that is, covering the entire Sunday.

In July, these restriction periods and days will be re-determined according to the change in the number of cases and deaths, and the distance covered in vaccination.

Eating and drinking places will be able to serve the table between 07.00-21.00 according to the determined rules and will be able to continue their package service until 24.00.

Businesses such as coffee shops, cafes, tea gardens, carpet pitches, sports halls and amusement parks will be able to work from 07.00:21.00 to XNUMX:XNUMX, except Sunday, within the framework of the rules.

Weddings and wedding ceremonies in the open and closed areas will be able to start from 1 June in accordance with the determined conditions.

CURRENT RESTRICTION
In the second stage of the gradual normalization period; Between 22.00-05.00 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday; On Sundays, a curfew will be applied, starting at 22.00:05.00 on Saturday, covering the entire Sunday and ending at XNUMX:XNUMX on Monday.

1.1- The places and persons specified in the Annex will be exempted from the restriction in order to ensure the continuity of production, manufacturing, supply and logistics chains, and to ensure the continuity of health, agriculture and forest activities during the period and days when the curfew will be applied. The exemptions granted for the curfew are limited to the reason for the exemption and accordingly to the time and route, as clearly stated in our Circular dated 14.12.2020 and numbered 20799, otherwise the cases will be seen as abuse of exemptions and will be subject to administrative/judicial sanctions. Persons working in places such as workplaces/factories/manufacturers, which are exempted from the curfew, are obliged to present the "work permit duty document" obtained through the e-application system of the Ministry of Interior on the e-government platform within the framework of our Circular dated 29.04.2021 and numbered 7705. However, in cases such as NACE code matching error, inability to obtain a job certificate because the subcontractor is not within the scope of the exemption despite working in a workplace within the scope of the exemption, or in case of access error, the example of the "work permit task", whose sample is included in the annex of the aforementioned circular, is filled in manually and signed by the employer and employee certificate form” can also be submitted during the audits.

1.2- Grocery stores, markets, greengrocers, butchers, nuts and confectionery shops will be able to operate between 10.00-17.00 on Sundays when full-time curfew will be applied, provided that our citizens are limited to meeting their mandatory needs and not driving (except for our disabled citizens), They will be able to go to markets, greengrocers, butchers, nuts and sweet shops.

1.3- On the days and days when the curfew is applied, the bakery and/or bakery licensed workplaces where bread production is made and only the bread selling dealers of these workplaces (only for the sale of bread and bakery products) will be open. Our citizens will be able to go to the bakery, which is within walking distance of their residence (except for our disabled citizens), provided that they are limited to meeting their bread and bakery product needs and not driving.

Bread can only be served to markets and grocery stores with bread distribution vehicles belonging to bakeries and bakery licensed workplaces, and no sales will be made on the streets.

1.4- Exemption on curfew for foreigners only covers foreigners who are in our country for a temporary/short time within the scope of touristic activities; Foreigners in our country outside the scope of touristic activities, including those with residence permits, temporary protection status or international protection applicants and status holders, are subject to curfews.

1.5- The basic needs of our citizens, who are in advanced age groups who are unable to meet their own needs or who have serious illnesses, reported via numbers 112, 155 and 156, will be met by VEFA Social Support Groups. will be received by

1.6- For our citizens aged 65 and over, young people under the age of 18, and our children who have received two doses of vaccination by exercising their right to be vaccinated, a curfew will not be applied apart from the curfew for everyone.

Despite having the right to be vaccinated, our citizens aged 65 and over who are not vaccinated will only be able to go out between 10.00-14.00 on other days except Sundays; on Sundays, they will be subject to a full-day curfew.

1.7- Regardless of whether they are subject to the curfew, our citizens aged 65 and over, young people under the age of 18 and our children will not be able to use public transportation vehicles (metro, metrobus, bus, minibus, minibus, etc.).

Students deemed appropriate by the Ministry of National Education to conduct face-to-face education and training will be exempted from this provision.

2 - INTERCITY TRAVEL RESTRICTION
In the second stage of the gradual normalization period; Intercity travel restriction will be applied only during the period and days where the curfew is applied, and no restrictions regarding intercity travel will be applied during the period when the curfew is not applied.

2.1- Exceptions to intercity travel restriction;

  • During the periods and days when the curfew is applied, our citizens will not be required to obtain a separate travel permit for their intercity travels by public transport such as planes, trains, buses, and they will not be required to travel intercity tickets, reservation codes, etc. It will suffice to present them with The mobility of such persons between the intercity public transportation vehicles and their residences will be exempt from the curfew, provided that they are compatible with the departure-arrival times.
  • Intercity travels of public officials (inspectors, inspectors, etc.) assigned by the relevant Ministry or public institution or organization within the scope of the performance of a compulsory public duty, by private or official vehicles, will be permitted provided that they present their corporate identity card and assignment document.
  • Applications to be made by any deceased relative, via the E-APPLICATION or ALO 199 systems of the Ministry of Interior at the e-government gate, in order to attend the funeral of himself or his spouse, his first degree relative or sibling, or to accompany the funeral transfer (up to 9 people who are relatives next to him) will be automatically approved by the system without delay, and the necessary travel permit document will be created for the relatives of the deceased so that they can travel with their private vehicles.

Our citizens who will apply within the scope of funeral transport and burial procedures will not be asked to submit any documents, and the necessary inquiry will be made automatically before the travel permit document is issued through the integration provided with the Ministry of Health.

2.2- It is essential that our citizens do not travel between cities with their private vehicles during the period and days when the curfew is applied.

However, in the presence of the following mandatory conditions, our citizens are required to document this situation; They will also be able to travel with their private vehicles, provided that they obtain permission from the Travel Permit Boards established within the Governorship/District Governorship over the E-APPLICATION and ALO 199 systems of the Ministry of Interior via e-government. Persons who are given a Travel Permit will be exempt from the curfew during their travel period.

SITUATIONS TO BE CONSIDERED MANDATORY
Having been discharged from the hospital where he was treated and wishing to return to his original residence, referred with a doctor's report and/or having a previous doctor's appointment/control,

Accompanying himself or his spouse's first degree relative or sibling who is being treated in hospital (maximum 2 people),

Those who have come to the city they are in within the last 5 days but do not have a place to stay and want to return to their place of residence (those who submit their travel ticket within 5 days, their vehicle license plate, other documents showing their travel, and information),

Those who will participate in the exams announced by ÖSYM and the exams planned at the central level,

  • Those who want to return to their settlements after completing their military service,
  • With an invitation letter from private or public to a daily contract,
  • It will be accepted that the persons released from penitentiary institutions are in a compulsory state.

3. ACTIVITIES OF WORKPLACES
3.1- Eating and drinking places (such as restaurants, restaurants, cafeterias, patisseries);

  • Complying with all the rules specified in the Epidemic Management and Working Guide of the Ministry of Health, leaving a distance of 2 meters in all directions between tables and 60 cm between chairs next to each other,
  • On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, between 07.00 and 21.00, table service, pick-up and takeaway, 21.00-24.00 hours, provided that no more than three customers are accepted at the same table at the same time in outdoor areas and two in indoor areas. only takeaway,
  • -On Sundays, between 07.00-24.00, they will be able to operate only in the form of package service.

3.2- Its activities have been suspended since April 14, 2021;

  • movie theaters,
  • Places such as coffee houses, coffee houses, cafes, association taverns, tea gardens,
  • Internet cafe/lounge, electronic game places, billiard rooms,
  • Carpet pitches, gyms, outdoor swimming pools,
  • Amusement parks and theme parks,

Businesses in the field of activity;

  • Complying completely with the rules determined separately for each line of business/activity in the Ministry of Health's Epidemic Management and Working Guide,
  • Not to play any games (including paper-okey, backgammon) in places such as coffee shops, coffee houses, cafes, association taverns, tea gardens, tea houses, and not accepting more than three customers at the same table in open areas and two in indoor areas at the same time,
  • They will be able to operate between 50 and 1 as of June 2021, 07.00 (except on Sundays), provided that the 21.00% capacity (one seat occupied and one empty seat) limit is observed in movie theaters.

On the other hand, the activities of workplaces such as indoor swimming pools, Turkish baths, saunas and massage parlors, hookah lounge/cafes, and casinos, taverns, and beer houses will continue to be suspended until a new decision is taken.

3.3- Shops such as clothing, haberdashery, glassware, hardware, tailors, barbers, offices and offices, etc., in the retail and service sector, other than the workplaces listed above. workplaces and shopping malls;

– They will be able to operate between 07.00 and 21.00 (except on Sundays), provided that they comply with all epidemic fighting measures determined for the business line in the Ministry of Health Epidemic Management and Working Guide.

3.4- In order to prevent the intensity of opening or general discount applications specific to certain days or hours by various workplaces, especially chain markets, discount applications should be made for long periods, lasting at least one week.

3.5- On Sundays, when a full-day curfew will be applied; In the markets (including chains and supermarkets), electronic goods, toys, stationery, clothing and accessories, alcohol, home textiles, auto accessories, garden materials, hardware, glassware, etc. Products will not be allowed to be sold.

3.6- Marketplaces will be able to operate between 07.00:20.00 and XNUMX:XNUMX (except on Sundays), provided that they comply with the rules set in the Epidemic Management and Working Guide of the Ministry of Health.

3.7- Online grocery and food order companies will be able to work as home/address service between 07.00-24.00 on weekdays and weekends.

4. EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
Kindergartens and kindergartens that are currently operating will continue their activities in the second phase of the gradual normalization, and the implementation will continue as announced to the public by the Ministry of National Education for all other school and class levels.

5. WORK AT PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS
In line with the Presidency's Circular dated 14.04.2021 and numbered 2021/8 and the letter of the Presidency of Administrative Affairs dated 27.04.2021 and numbered 17665, the gradual normalization of the implementation of the flexible working method such as remote/alternate and the working hours between 10.00-16.00 hours in public institutions and organizations. will continue in the second phase of the term.

6. MEETINGS/EVENTS AND WEDDINGS/ WEDDINGS AND VISITS
6.1- Except for the general assemblies of sports clubs, which are obligatory periodically, all kinds of events with broad participation, including the general assembly, of non-governmental organizations, trade unions, public professional organizations and their superior organizations, unions and cooperatives will be postponed until 15 June 2021.

General assemblies of sports clubs, which must be held periodically; physical distance and cleaning/mask/distance rules are followed and a minimum of 4 m2 per person is left in open areas and at least 6 m2 per person in closed areas.

As of Tuesday, June 15, 2021, activities with broad participation, including the general assembly, to be held by non-governmental organizations, trade unions, public professional organizations, unions and cooperatives; Physical distance and mask/distance/cleaning rules will be followed, and a minimum of 4 m2 per person in open areas and a minimum of 6 m2 per person in closed areas will be allowed.

6.2- Weddings in the form of wedding ceremonies and wedding ceremonies;

– in open areas;

– Complying with all the rules regarding wedding ceremonies and weddings in the Epidemic Management and Working Guide of the Ministry of Health,

- Keeping the necessary distance between the tables and chairs and complying with the cleaning, mask and distance rules,

- No food and beverage offerings,

– In closed areas, in addition to the above rules;

– Leaving a minimum of 6 m2 per person,

– Limiting to a maximum of 100 guests can be made from Tuesday, 01 June 2021, provided that it is limited.

– Restrictions on catering and the maximum number of guests in closed areas will be lifted on Tuesday, June 15, 2021. Food and beverage can be served at wedding ceremonies and weddings after this date, and the maximum participant limit will not be applied, provided that at least 6 m2 per person is left in closed areas.

– Events such as engagement and henna will be allowed after 01 July 2021.

6.3- Visits to those staying in social protection/care centers such as nursing homes, nursing homes for the elderly, rehabilitation centers, and children's homes will be allowed for a maximum of one visit per week for each person staying in these places.

7. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION MEASURES
7.1- Intercity public transportation vehicles (excluding aircraft); they will be able to accept passengers at the rate of 50% of the passenger carrying capacity specified in the vehicle license, and the seating of the passengers in the vehicle will be such as to prevent the passengers from contacting each other (1 full and 1 empty).

Bus, train etc. During the determination of the capacity limitation in intercity public transportation vehicles, people residing at the same address and from the same nuclear family (spouse, parents, siblings) will not be included in the calculation and will be allowed to travel side by side.

8. MEASURES REGARDING ACCOMMODATION FACILITIES
8.1- Resting facilities (excluding those located in the settlement area) on intercity highways and eating and drinking places (limited only to customers with accommodation) within accommodation facilities (hotel, motel, apart hotel, hostel, etc.); They will be able to serve at the same table at the same time, provided that no more than three customers are accepted in their outdoor areas and more than two customers in indoor areas.

8.2- The entertainment centers in the closed areas of the accommodation facilities will be kept closed and no customers will be accepted in these areas.

8.3- Collective entertainment activities will not be allowed in the open areas of the accommodation facilities, and maximum attention will be paid to the physical distance rules in order to prevent concentration in these places.

8.4- Having a reservation in the accommodation facilities during the period and days when the curfew will be applied (provided that the price has been paid in full) will provide exemption from the curfew and/or intercity travel restriction for our citizens, and it will be sufficient for our citizens who will travel for this purpose to present their reservation and payment documents during the inspections.

8.5- In line with our Circulars dated 30.09.2020 and numbered 16007 and dated 28.11.2020 and numbered 19986, the inspections of accommodation facilities will be carried out effectively, and all kinds of abuse, especially fake reservations, will be prevented.

In addition, in the intercity public transportation buses with 2+1 seat arrangement, passengers can be accepted to the seats by both windows (the middle seats will be left empty), and the passenger carrying capacity will be determined accordingly.

7.2- Urban public transportation vehicles (minibus, midibus, etc.) will be able to operate subject to a 14.04.2021% capacity limitation and the rule of not accepting standing passengers, within the framework of the principles introduced by our Circular dated 6638 and numbered 50.

9. GENERAL PRINCIPLES
9.1- By the Governorships and District Governorates; Information activities will be focused on reminding the relevant workplace officials and employees of the measures, procedures and principles to combat the coronavirus epidemic, which are determined separately for each line of business/activity in the Ministry of Health's Epidemic Management and Working Guide.

9.2- Within the framework of the measures, procedures and principles determined in both the Circulars of our Ministry and the Epidemic Management and Working Guide of the Ministry of Health, intensified inspections will be carried out under the coordination of our Governors and District Governors, in which the law enforcement officers participate with the maximum capacity (reinforced by the personnel / officials of other institutions and organizations).

9.3- In all kinds of audit activities to be carried out, a guiding approach will be adopted that kindly invites business owners/employees and our citizens to abide by the rules/behave responsibly. processing facility will not be avoided.

In line with the above-mentioned principles, in accordance with Articles 27 and 72 of the General Sanitary Law, the decisions of the Provincial/District Public Health Boards should be taken promptly, in order not to cause any disruptions in practice and to cause unjust treatment;

I kindly request and kindly request information and information.

WHEN WILL THE BANS BE RELEASED? WILL THE BANS END AFTER JUNE 10?

The circular containing the decisions regarding the new phase of the gradual normalization has not been published yet. With the new normalization calendar, the question of when the bans will end is expected to find an answer.

Armin

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