Are Weddings Banned? In Which Provinces Circumcision Weddings, Engagement and Henna Nights are Banned

📩 04/01/2023 09:06

Wedding, henna night, engagement, etc. in 14 provinces from the Ministry of Interior. activities imposed restrictions.

In the circular published by the Ministry of Interior; “Since 26 August, circumcision wedding, henna night, engagement etc. events will not be allowed.

In these provinces, dance / play will not be allowed in the wedding halls, and the chair / seat arrangement will be set up to cover the dance / game floor areas.

In these provinces, citizens aged 65 and over who are not first and second degree relatives of the bride and groom, and children under the age of 15 will be prohibited from attending weddings and ceremonies.

All kinds of food and beverage service will be temporarily suspended in public institutions and organizations across the country, except for cafeteria service and packaged water service.

Our Ministry sent a circular on Covid-81 measures to 19 Provincial Governorships. In the circular, the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the Coronavirus Scientific Committee in order to manage the risk of the coranavirus epidemic in terms of public health and public order, to ensure social isolation, to protect the physical distance and to control the rate of spread of the disease, our President Mr. It was reminded that many precautionary decisions were taken in line with the instructions of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and put into effect.

In this context, weddings (including getting a bride, henna, etc.), engagement, circumcision weddings, etc. It was reminded that it was requested that the activities be completed as soon as possible in all provinces and that the time limitations of the said activities held in the villages and / or streets will be determined by the provincial / district hygiene boards within the same day.

In the circular, it was stated that the course of the epidemic could be followed and additional measures could be taken on the provincial basis according to the increases and decreases with the circular previously sent to the governorships, and the measures taken were listed as follows:

In the provinces of Adana, Ankara, Ağrı, Bursa, Çorum, Diyarbakır, Erzurum, Gaziantep, Kayseri, Konya, Mardin, Şanlıurfa, Van and Yozgat; circumcision wedding, henna night, engagement etc. events will not be allowed. Weddings and weddings in these provinces will be completed within a maximum of 1 hour. The chair / seat arrangement in wedding halls will be created in accordance with the physical distance conditions and to cover the dance / game floor areas.

All kinds of food and beverage service / catering (except packaged water service) will be stopped, including giving mass meals at weddings and weddings. In weddings to be held in this way, activities such as games / dance will not be allowed.

Citizens aged 65 and over and children under the age of 15 who are not first or second degree relatives of the bride and groom will be prohibited from attending weddings and ceremonies.

In these provinces, it will be ensured that at least one public official (law enforcement, police, etc.) is assigned to each wedding ceremony, and audit activities will be focused.

In addition to the cleaning, mask and distance rules, which are the basic principles of the controlled social life period we are in, as well as the matters regulated by this Circular, in weddings and weddings, we have completed the relevant circulars of our Ministry and all rules and measures in the Ministry of Health Covid-19 Outbreak Management and Work Guide. to be respected.

Across the Country;

All kinds of food and beverage (excluding packaged water service) to be served to people (including staff, visitors or citizens who are present to receive services) will be stopped at public institutions and organizations, except for cafeteria services.

In accordance with Articles 27 and 72 of the Public Health Law, the necessary decisions will be taken by the governorships immediately and the implementation will be started as of August 26.

By showing the necessary sensitivity about the subject by the governors and district governorships, it will be ensured that the implementation is carried out completely within the specified framework.

An administrative fine will be imposed in accordance with Article 282 of the General Hygiene Law for those who do not comply with the measures. According to the situation of the violation, action will be taken in accordance with the relevant articles of the law, and the necessary legal proceedings will be initiated within the scope of Article 195 of the Turkish Criminal Code.

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