Corona-virus: Turkey's lockdown model

Turkey's lockdown model in dealing with the Coronavirus is the biggest, most closed in the world, and neither is it.

The experts validate the lockdown model of Turkey and the ban on certain age groups. They say that people who are at high risk of getting infected with the virus are staying at home and the rest can get out of their jobs with the necessary protection.

All countries around the world have a lockdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. Somewhere there is a lot of distress with the lockdown, so there is a bit of a relieve. 

But Turkey has made separate rules regarding lockdown. Turkey set a lockdown on weekends while dealing with the Coronavirus, while only stopping children and seniors from leaving the house.  lockdown determined restrictions on people of certain ages have brought Turkey a new experience in the fight against the Coronavirus.

According to a report published on CNN, the last weekend in Turkey was Lockdown. A 48-hour curfew was imposed in 31 provinces. The Turkish government announced the curfew on a two-hour advance notice, which led to chaos in Turkey. Crowds of people flock to the shops to buy essential supplies. In some places, people considered social distance as well.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan appealed to the people to stay home and assured that the Turkish government is competent in protecting and helping its people in the war against Corona epidemic. At the same time, the president has announced the lockdown next week.

Turkey is not using strict sanctions in the fight against the Corona epidemic government is appealing to people to stay home and follow social distance. They are restricted to only those under the age of 20 and those above the age of 60 under the policy of living in homes.


Many exports justify the Turkish lockdown model and the ban on people of a certain age. They say that people who are at high risk of getting infected with the virus are staying at home and the rest can get out of their jobs with the necessary protection.


According to the report, Dr Mohammad Munir of the Virology Department at Lancaster University in the UK sees Locked Down as an alternative strategy and says that there is no harm in getting out of healthy people. He also argues that 5 per cent of the world's victims are recovering. At the same time, he describes lockdown as a way to prevent the virus from spreading, which does not put too much pressure on hospitals.


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