Erdogan planning curfew in 31 provinces of Turkey on April 23-26

On Monday after a cabinet meeting, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the government is planning to introduce curfew between April 23 and 26 effective in 31 provinces due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Erdogan said: "For some time, we will not still impose the curfew at the weekend. Between 00:00 on April 23 and 00:00 on April 27 we are planning to introduce the curfew again in 31 provinces of the country. 

The details of the curfew will be communicated later by the interior ministry," he stressed.

The decision might come as Turkey celebrates the day of national sovereignty and child protection day on April 23.

With the coronavirus pandemic reported in more than 180 countries and territories, over 2,414,000 people have been infected globally and more than 165,000 deaths have been reported. 

Also, over 629,000 individuals have recovered from the illness across the globe

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