Turkey aims to reduce virus cases by end of Ramadan


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday that the country wants a significant reduction in the number of coronavirus cases by the end of the Muslim holy month Ramadan.

“We aim to give a rest to our country during Ramadan and prepare it for better days after the Eid,” he said while speaking at the Justice and Development (AK) Party’s provincial heads’ meeting in Ankara.

Ramadan will begin next week and last until mi-May.

He said that toughening and loosening restrictions had to be in line with the course of the pandemic.

“If we could decrease the number of the cases to thousands, we will be able to catch the tourism season that is understood to be opened in May and the commercial…

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