Erdogan announces a partial curfew for young people

Ankara-ALSharqiya, April 4: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey imposed a partial curfew on citizens under the age of 20 that took effect from midnight on Friday, as part of measures to combat the outbreak of the Coruna virus. Erdogan said that Ankara had also decided to close 31 cities to vehicles, with the exception of vital supplies such as food, medicine and health care products, in order to contain the outbreak. Ankara has suspended all international flights, imposed restrictions on domestic travel, closed schools, bars and cafes, and suspended group prayers to tackle the outbreak. Health Minister Fakhruddin Kuja said that the number of deaths due to illness in Turkey had risen to 425, while the number of confirmed cases exceeded 20,000.


Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi directed urgent economic reforms

The Supreme Committee for National Health and Safety in Iraq decided to impose a total curfew

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi confirmed that government agencies are obliged to