In the last 24 hours, 283 thousand 250 Covid-19 tests were carried out in Turkey, 19 thousand 557 people tested positive, 245 people died.
According to the data available at the “covid19asi.saglik.gov.tr” address of the Ministry of Health, as of August 30, at 19.00, the rate of those who had the vaccine was 75.8 percent in Istanbul and 83 percent in Ankara. The rate of vaccinated people in İzmir was 83.8%.
While the number of those who received the first dose of vaccine increased to 47 million 929 thousand 111, the number of those who received the second dose of vaccine was 36 million 765 thousand 581 and the number of those who received the third dose of vaccine was 8 million 394 thousand 223.
Among the population over the age of 18, the rate of those who received the first dose of vaccine was 77.22 percent, and the rate of those who received the second dose of vaccine was 59.23 percent.
Muğla, Çanakkale, Edirne, Kırklareli, Balıkesir, Amasya, Tekirdağ, Aydın, Yalova and Antalya were the 10 provinces with the highest rate of those who received at least one dose of vaccine, respectively.
The provinces with the lowest rate of vaccination were listed as Şanlıurfa, Gümüşhane, Diyarbakır, Mardin, Muş, Bitlis, Bingöl, Batman, Bayburt and Siirt.
19 thousand 557 people tested positive
The Daily Coronavirus Table by the Ministry of Health was shared from the address “covid19.saglik.gov.tr”.
Accordingly, 283 thousand 250 Covid-19 tests were carried out in Turkey in the last 24 hours, 19 thousand 557 people tested positive, 245 people lost their lives, and the number of those who recovered was 13 thousand 401.
Within the scope of the fight against Covid-19, a total of 313 thousand 482 doses of vaccine were administered in the last 24 hours.
Sharing the daily table from his social media account, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said:
“Our number of new cases could have been 9 thousand 557 instead of 19 thousand 557. We know that if the measures are taken strictly, the number of deaths will decrease rapidly. Herd immunity is an easy target with precautions and vaccinations. Let’s change this picture, which has serious consequences every day. We can succeed.”
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