New restrictive measures in the occupied areas due to an increase in cases

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Those coming from abroad should be quarantined for 7 days

New restrictive measures in arrivals and gatherings were announced by the pseudo-state on Saturday, due to the increase in the number of coronavirus cases in the occupied territories.

At a press conference, "Prime Minister" Ersin Tatar and "Health Minister" Ali Pili, announced the decisions of the "Infectious Diseases Council".

According to the council, the number of positive cases is higher among people from Category B countries, including Turkey and the United Kingdom, while adding that local transmission is also increasing.

For this reason, it was decided that all those coming from abroad will be quarantined for 7 days in the centers controlled by the regime, something that will start on September 6 at 23:59 and will end on September 20 at 23:59, whereupon the situation will be re-evaluated.

People from Category B countries who have certificates for two tests (one before departure and one on arrival) and will stay for less than 3 days will not be quarantined.

Students coming to the occupied universities will be quarantined for 7 days by the universities.

People from category C countries must take a test up to 120 hours before departure and will be quarantined for 14 days in controlled centers.

Due to increased cases in Vatili, Sinta and Lysis, weddings and gatherings are prohibited for 14 days starting from September 7.

At the same time, the council said that if the necessary measures are not taken in restaurants, bars and other restaurants, they will be closed.

In the buses in the driver's seat there will be a divider and everyone will have to wear masks, while they will operate with open windows and without air conditioning.

It was also announced that the pandemic hospital is expected to be completed in a month.

Source: KYPE