Turkey kicked off an isolation tracking project which aims to reduce spreading of the coronavirus by using patients' location from their mobile devices, the country’s Communications Directorate said Wednesday.
Turkey's National Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said 148,763 people have crossed the [Greek] border since February 28 and also noted Turkish and Russian forces stationed in Syria conducted their third joint patrol.
Diyarbakir Governor’s Office said Turkey’s military launched an operation to catch the perpetrators of the attack.
Turkey has pledged to build two hospitals in 45 days to better protect its citizens from the growing pandemic.
Coronaletters.com is collecting letters from people stuck inside their homes due to coronavirus pandemic.
The virus has killed more than 70,000 people, mostly in Europe, and has spread to 208 countries and territories. Here are the latest updates for April 6:
The Ankara-based global news agency was established on April 6, 1920, by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founding father of the Turkish Republic. Top agency officials say they're determined to be the voice of oppressed and victimised people of the world.
Every citizen, except those aged 20 or under, and 65 or older, can apply for five free masks a week through postal service at maske.epttavm.com.
Turkish Cargo, a division of national flag carrier Turkish Airlines, plans 155 flights per week for cargo freighters and 60 flights for passenger aircrafts being used for cargo operations in April, a statement says.
Foreign minister dismisses confiscation reports put forward by local dailies amid coronavirus outbreak
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.
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