Countries across the world continue to ramp up efforts to fight Covid-19, which has infected more than 1.1 million people and killed around 60,450, a majority of them in Europe. Here are the latest updates for April 4:
Defence Minister Hulusi Akar says Turkey is also producing 5,000 medical overalls and 5,000 litres of alcohol-based disinfectants every week to combat deadly infection.
Turkish pharmaceutical Abdi Ibrahim said the first batch of the product has been produced and presented to the Ministry of Health.
The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases worldwide surpasses one million, with close to 54,000 deaths. Here are the latest updates for April 3:
The number of confirmed deaths from coronavirus has passed 50,000, according to a tracker maintained by Johns Hopkins University. Here are the latest updates for April 2:
Professor of Internal Medicine Cemil Tascioglu, also known as "the teacher of teachers" passed away on Wednesday from the coronavirus, marking the first pandemic-induced death among Turkish health professionals.
NATO's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised Turkey for sending medical aid to Italy and Spain, worst hit in Europe by the coronavirus pandemic.
The country registers 2,148 new cases in past 24 hours, bringing total number to 15,679.
Turkish drone maker Baykar Chief Executive Haluk Bayraktar said 100 engineers from his company, defence contractor Aselsan and household electronics maker Arcelik are working together to have the ventilators ready by the end of May.
'Donate a support kit, let the goodness transmit' is an effort to help isolated coronavirus patients with basic needs while they are being treated in Turkish hospitals.
An emergency medical doctor shares his experience of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic in Turkey's Izmir province.
Turkey-based commerce offices, parliamentarians and public figures also joined the campaign.
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