Is the Ban on Public Transport and Curfews Over 65 and Under 18 Lifted?

Has the ban on public transportation over and under the age been lifted?
Has the ban on public transportation over and under the age been lifted?

Is the Ban on Public Transport and Curfews Over 65 and Under 18 Lifted? In the circular published within the scope of the gradual normalization steps, there were also articles that concern citizens over the age of 65 and under the age of 18. Citizens over the age of 65 and under the age of 18 continue to be prohibited from public transportation in the city (metro, metrobus, bus, minibus, minibus, etc.).

The curfew of citizens under the age of 18 and over the age of 65 who have received two doses of vaccine has ended. Despite having the right to be vaccinated, people aged 65 and over who are not vaccinated will only be able to go out on weekdays between 10.00:14.00 and XNUMX:XNUMX.

For our citizens aged 65 and over, young people under the age of 18 and our children who have received two doses of vaccination by exercising their right to be vaccinated, a curfew will not be applied apart from the curfew for everyone.

Despite having the right to be vaccinated, our citizens aged 65 and over who are not vaccinated will only be able to go out between 10.00-14.00 on other days except Sundays; on Sundays, they will be subject to a full-day curfew.

Regardless of whether they are subject to the curfew, our citizens aged 65 and over, young people under the age of 18 and our children will not be able to use urban public transportation vehicles (metro, metrobus, bus, minibus, minibus, etc.).

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