Curfew in major cities declared late at night, then things get interesting in Turkey:

In Uncategorized on April 11, 2020 at 12:43

After so much of self-isolation, people got out to get bread etc and most may end up getting the virus:(

Ministry Imposes Last-Minute Curfew for Weekend, People Queue Up in Front of Groceries

The Interior Ministry has imposed a curfew for 31 cities with a higher population for the weekend as temperatures are expected to rise.

Turkish imposes a two-day lockdown in 31 provinces from midnight

Turkish Interior Ministry imposed a two-day lockdown in 31 provinces including Istanbul, Ankara from midnight on April 10.

Timeline of the COVID-19 by First Case from Each Country | The First 100 affected countries

Istanbul’s baskets become a lifeline for older people under COVID-19 curfew | Ahval

Istanbul’s tradition of dangling baskets from windows to collect groceries has become a lifeline…
BBC – Jenna Scatena – Apr 8

For hundreds of years, this Ottoman-era cologne has been synonymous with Turkish hospitality. Now, it’s being used to fight coronavirus. As commercial hand sanitisers run dry in the US and Europe, people in Turkey are turning to a traditional

How Apple and Google Are Enabling Covid-19 Bluetooth Contact-Tracing

The tech giants have teamed up to use a Bluetooth-based framework to keep track of the spread of infections without

The Streets of Rome Under Quarantine | The New Yorker

The Coronavirus’s Impact on Chinatown | The New Yorker

Inside Italy’s Hospitals: A Disturbing Look at Coronavirus Up Close

Why NYC Public Housing is Unprepared For Coronavirus | The New Yorke


My local theater has a sense of humor from funny

Climate Home – 10 European climate – Apr 9, 10:33 AM

The world is facing an unprecedented crisis. In just a few weeks, the Covid-19 pandemic has swept across the world and caused tremendous human tragedy and a historical economic setback of which we still do not know the full impact. Our societies

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