The Ministry of Interior sent a circular on Working Hours of Workplaces to 81 Provincial Governorships. In the circular, it was reminded that within the scope of the measures taken to reduce the spread rate of the virus to combat the coronavirus epidemic, restrictions were imposed on the opening and closing hours of some workplaces with the circulars previously sent to the governorships.
According to the circular, grocery stores, greengrocers, butchers, barbers, hairdressers and beauty salons, tailors, shoemakers and so on. workplaces will be open between 07.00 and 20.00 in provinces in low, medium and high risk groups.
In the Cabinet, which convened under the chairmanship of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on March 1, 2021, due to the decrease in the number of cases in the circular and the slowdown in the course of the epidemic; It was stated that the basic procedures and principles regarding the controlled normalization process were determined by the decision to gradually stretch the measures and rules applied according to the risk group of the provinces.
In this context, according to the criteria determined by the Ministry of Health, provinces are divided into 4 different risk groups (low, medium, high, very high) and the level of measures in combating the epidemic is determined, and the measures to be applied in each risk group are shared with the public. in provinces, restaurants, restaurants, cafeterias, patisseries, dessert shops and so on. It was stated that the opportunity to work at the workplace with 07.00% capacity between 19.00 and 50 was provided for food and beverage places such as eating and drinking places such as coffee houses and tea gardens.
In the circular, the opening and closing hours of the workplaces (grocery store, market, greengrocer, butcher, barber, hairdresser and beauty salon, tailor, shoe shop, etc.) It was stated that it was determined as between.
In line with the principles specified by the governors and district governors, the decisions of the Provincial / District General Hygiene Boards will be taken urgently in accordance with Articles 27 and 72 of the General Health Law.