Question 1. Are students under the age of 20 who study face to face at universities and professional or national athletes exempt from the curfew?
Answer 1: Face-to-face education continues in departments such as engineering faculties / medical faculties that provide technical education at some universities. Students in this age group will be given a special document showing the curriculum by the university administration in order to document their situation, and students under the age of 20 will not be subject to the curfew restrictions imposed for this age group upon presentation of this document when necessary.
Professional or national athletes under the age of 20 will not be subject to curfews within the scope of their sportive activities (competition, training, travel for these purposes, etc.) provided that they certify that they are professional or national athletes.
Question 2. Is a permit required for intercity travels of our citizens aged 65 and over?
Answer 2: Citizens aged 65 and over can travel intercity within the framework of our Circular No. 20.05.2020 dated 8206 only on the condition that they obtain a Travel Permit, and the Travel Permit Certificate must be obtained during the ticket sales process for any intercity public transportation vehicle (plane, bus, train, ferry, etc.) It must be sought.
Question 3.Members of professions such as healthcare professionals (doctor, dentist, pharmacist, etc.) aged 65 and over, elected officials (mayor, mukhtar, etc.), lawyers, academics, veterinarians, independent accountants-financial advisors, this age group Is it subject to the curfew restriction imposed for?
Answer 3: With the circular, our citizens aged 10 and over who can go out on the streets between 00:13 and 00:65 during the day, work / SGK registration showing their workplaces and conditions. Since those who submit the document are exempted, citizens aged 65 and over who perform the above mentioned professions are exempt from the restriction.
Question 4. How will young people and children under the age of 20 travel within the city or intercity?
Answer 4: Young people and children under the age of 20 will be able to travel within the city and intercity without seeking any document, provided that their parent / guardian is present with them, within the framework specified in our Circular No. 30.05.2020 on 8558.
Question 5. Is it possible for the parents who have to leave their children to the daycare center or caregiver to bring their children away during the restriction hours for the children?
Answer 5: Within the framework of our Circular No. 29.05.2020 dated 8483, it is possible for our children and young people subject to curfew to go to caregivers, elders of their families, kindergartens or day care centers and travel under the supervision of their parents / guardians within the restricted time zones.
Question 6. Are people who will take the country-wide exams such as KPSS, Career Professions Entrance Exams, TOEFL, IELTS are exempted from the curfew?
Answer 6: With our circular, it is determined that those who certify that they will participate in KPSS and other central exams and their companions are exempt from the restriction, so people of all age groups who will take these exams will not be subject to a curfew.
Question 7. Is the construction sector exempt from the curfew restrictions on the weekend?
Answer 7: The construction industry and its employees will be exempted from the curfew as they are within the scope of the exception provision imposed for production and manufacturing facilities and those working there pursuant to the provisions of 5.1 / ğ and 5.2 / ğ of the Circular.
Question 8. Are eating and drinking places (canteens, cafes, etc.) in hospitals (including private hospitals) subject to the restrictions imposed for eating and drinking places within the scope of the circular?
Answer 8: Eating and drinking places (canteens, cafes, etc.) in hospitals are not directly subject to the restrictions (working hours, service method, etc.) imposed for eating and drinking places within the scope of the circular. Working procedures and principles of eating and drinking places in hospitals will be determined in line with the decision of the hospital management.
Question 9. Are restaurants or restaurants in hotels and accommodation facilities subject to the restrictions on restaurants and restaurants?
Answer 9: Restaurants or restaurants in hotels and accommodation facilities can only provide catering services for accommodation customers and are not subject to restrictions imposed on other restaurants or restaurants. However, restaurants or restaurants in hotels and accommodation facilities cannot sell outside by takeaway.
Question 10. Are restaurants and restaurants in airports exempt from the restrictions imposed in the Circular?
Answer 10: Eating and drinking places (restaurants, restaurants, cafes, etc.) within the airports are not subject to the restrictions imposed for eating and drinking places within the scope of the Circular, provided that they only serve passengers and those working in the transportation sector.
Question 11. Can boats and yachts operating commercial activities for sea tourism serve food and drink to their customers on their boats for sightseeing purposes?
Answer 11: Boats and yachts engaged in commercial activities for sea tourism may not provide food and beverage service to their customers on their boats for sightseeing purposes.
Question 12. Are those who benefit from tour, package tour, accommodation or transfer services provided by travel agencies within the scope of the exception of the circular?
Answer 12: Consumers who benefit from the tour, package tour, accommodation or transfer services provided by the travel agencies "5.2 / u) Those who work in the intercity public transportation vehicles (plane, bus, train, ship, etc.) and those who will travel with this public transportation means, ticket, reservation code, etc. Those who submit and certify are within the scope of the exception.
Question 13. Are the stores (clothing, souvenirs, etc.) at the airports subject to the practice of providing service between 10:00 and 20:00?
Answer 13: The shops at the airports (clothing, souvenir, etc. workplaces) are not within the scope of the workplaces determined as 1: 10-00: 20, according to the 00st article of the Circular.
Question 14. Are monopoly kiosks subject to working hours restrictions for markets?
Answer 14: Monopoly kiosks are subject to working hours restrictions (working hours between 1:10 and 00:20) imposed for markets within the scope of the 00st article of the Circular.
Question 15. Patisseries and bagels, pastries, pastries, etc. Can businesses that produce and sell products sell before 10.00:XNUMX?
Answer 15: Bakeries and bagels, pastries, pastries and so on. Workplaces that produce and sell products can only sell these products between 08:00 and 10:00 in the morning.
Question 16. Are clergymen aged 65 and over belonging to minority communities subject to the curfew restrictions imposed for this age group?
Answer 16: There are no restrictions on minority communities' clergy at the age of 65 and above from performing their religious duties during the hours foreseen for these age groups, and external permission is not required.
Question 17. How will the curfew restriction set for citizens aged 65 and over and under 20 be applied in terms of Friday prayers?
Answer 17: By the Provincial / District General Hygiene Boards for those who want to perform Friday prayers among the citizens of the specified age groups; The curfew time of our elders aged 65 and over can be extended until the end of the Friday prayer, and the exit time of our youth under the age of 20 can be brought forward so that they can go to Friday prayers.
Question 18. Will face-to-face education activities continue in kindergartens?
Answer 18: As a result of the negotiations with the Ministries of Health and National Education; Considering the situation of working mothers and fathers, it was evaluated that nurseries affiliated to the Ministry of National Education as well as other public institutions and organizations and nurseries under private education institutions should be able to continue their face-to-face education activities.
Question 19. How will the stray animals be fed?
Answer 19: Within the scope of our Circular No. 30.04.2020 dated 7486, "Animal Feeding Group Members" and other citizens who want to feed stray animals will be exempted from the curfew restrictions on weekends. As with the previous curfews, our animal lovers will be able to meet the nutritional needs of stray animals during the curfew on weekends.
Question 20. Can the advertising and TV series industry be allowed to shoot themselves, since the shootings are delayed after 20.00:XNUMX on the weekend?
Answer 20: The advertising and TV series industry and its employees will be exempted from the curfew restriction, as they are within the scope of the exception provision imposed for production and manufacturing facilities and those working there in accordance with the provisions of 5.1 / ğ and 5.2 / ğ of the Circular.
Question 21. Are marketplaces subject to the working hours restrictions imposed for markets in the Circular?
Answer 21: Our tradesmen are not subject to working hours limitations in terms of the supply of products such as vegetables and fruits and their transportation / installation to the marketplace. However, in the marketplaces, sales can be made to our citizens between 10:00 and 20:00, and in this respect, it will be subject to the working hour restriction for markets.
Question 22. Can people with hotel reservations travel with their private vehicles during the curfew period?
Answer 22: Citizens who have a hotel reservation will be able to travel in their private vehicles without obtaining any permission, provided that they document / submit their reservation within the starting time of the accommodation reservation and the transportation time to the accommodation facility.
Question 23. Are foreign tourists in our country for tourism purposes subject to curfew?
Answer 23: Foreign tourists who are temporarily in our country within the scope of touristic activities will be exempted from the curfew restrictions that will be applied on weekends.
Question 24. Can amateur sports clubs train and football academy work be carried out on synthetic pitches, whose activities are suspended within the scope of the circular?
Answer 24: Due to the postponement of the amateur leagues, it is considered that the activities such as football schools / academies will not be able to be trained on the football pitches, whose activities are suspended until a new decision is made.