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What happened in the last 24 hours in Turkey’s fight against coronavirus

by the Ministry of Health Daily Coronavirus Chart, Shared from the address “”. Accordingly, 270 thousand 426 Covid-19 tests were carried out in Turkey in the last 24 hours, 22 thousand 898 people tested positive, 91 people lost their lives, and the number of those who recovered was 5 thousand 947.

Among the population over the age of 18, the rate of those who received the first dose of vaccine was 66.28 percent, and the rate of those who received the second dose of vaccine was 44.51 percent.

Within the scope of the fight against Covid-19, the total amount of first, second and third doses of vaccine in the last 24 hours increased to 73 million 839 thousand 405 as of 23.15.

The number of first-dose vaccines was 41 million 153 thousand 317, and the number of second-dose vaccines was 27 million 639 thousand 790.

Tekirdağ and İzmir, where the rate of those who have been vaccinated at least one dose exceeds 75 percent, has turned blue on the vaccination map. Thus, the number of provinces across the country where the rate of those vaccinated at least one dose exceeds 75 percent has increased to 10, namely Muğla, Çanakkale, Kırklareli, Edirne, Balıkesir, Amasya, Eskişehir, Aydın, Tekirdağ and İzmir.

The provinces with the lowest rate of vaccination were listed as Şanlıurfa, Mardin, Bitlis, Muş, Diyarbakır, Siirt, Batman, Bingöl, Gümüşhane and Iğdır.

“Get your vaccine, follow the precautions”

Sharing the Daily Coronavirus Table on his Twitter account, Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca said, “The rate of increase in the number of cases tends to decrease. We are the ones who will make this permanent. Get your vaccine without compromising the precaution.” used his statements.

34 houses were quarantined in Adıyaman

Within the scope of Covid-19 measures in Adıyaman, 34 houses were quarantined, and at the event organized by the Tourism and Promotion Association, 20 authors gave books to those who had the Covid-19 vaccine.

In Ağrı, one of the provinces with the highest increase in the number of Covid-19 cases at home, vaccination teams continue to vaccinate citizens in health institutions and in the countryside.

Nevşehir Chamber of Bakers stated that the personnel who do not have the Covid-19 vaccine will not be employed in the facilities producing bakery products such as bakeries and patisseries throughout the province.

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