Normalization calendar for June 1 and beyond

Normalization calendar for June 1 and beyond



Gradual normalization begins to be implemented as of June 1st. The details of the gradual normalization announced by President Erdo─čan after the cabinet meeting, and the important topics regarding the statements and circulars of the Ministry of National Education and the Ministry of Interior are as follows:

  • As of June 1, changes were made in the limitations of curfews on weekdays and Saturdays. As of today, there is a curfew between 22.00 and 05.00 in the evening, the restriction until 21.00 has changed to 22.00.

  • The curfews, covering the entire weekend before June 1, were changed to cover the entire Sunday, from 22:00 on Saturday to 05:00 on Monday.

  • Again with the exception of Sunday, sports halls, carpet pitches, cafes, tea gardens, coffee houses and amusement parks will be open between 07:00 and 21:00.

  • In the field of education, it was said that universities can start the 2021-2022 fall academic term as of September 13, 2021.

  • While restaurants, cafeterias and restaurants will be open between 07:00 and 21:00 in the morning, only takeaway can be done on Sunday.

  • Weddings and wedding ceremonies will be able to start depending on the appropriate conditions.

  • Flexible working practice will continue in the same way in public institutions until a second regulation.

  • According to the statement made by the Ministry of National Education, as of June 7, face-to-face education will start for middle school and high school students, two days a week. The academic year will end on July 2.

  • Sports clubs will be able to hold their general assemblies from 1 June. Other institutions will have this opportunity as of the second half of June.

  • With the month of July, the terms of the restrictions may change depending on the current developments.

  • According to the Ministry of Interior’s circular titled “June Normalization Measures”, there is no different curfew for people over the age of 65 and under the age of 18 who have received two doses of vaccine. However, people over the age of 65 who do not use their right to be vaccinated will be able to go out on the streets between 10.00-14.00 on other days except Sundays.

  • According to the same circular, greengrocers, butchers, markets, grocers, confectioners and dried fruits will be able to work between 10:00 and 17:00 on Sundays.

  • For restaurants, cafeterias and restaurants, a distance of 60 cm between two chairs and a distance of 2 meters between tables must be provided. There will be no more than two customers at the same time in the closed areas and at the table, and no more than three customers in the open areas.


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