Grand Bazaar opens, flights resume as Turkey eases Covid-19 curbs

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Domestic travel resumes and Istanbul’s iconic Grand Bazaar reopens as part of Turkey’s biggest step yet to relax Covid19 restrictions

People wearing protective face masks are seen at the Grand Bazaar as it reopens after weeks of closure amid the coronavirus pandemic in Istanbul, Turkey, June 1, 2020.

Employees of government offices and public facilities joined the many factory workers who restarted last month. People wearing protective face masks walk at the spice market, also known as the Egyptian Bazaar in Turkish, as it reopens after weeks of closure due to the coronavirus disease pandemic, in Istanbul, Turkey, June 1, 2020. All preventive health measures necessary for air travel are in place, Turkey's transport and infrastructure minister said on Monday as the country resumed domestic flights in line with the normalisation plan amid a decline in coronavirus numbers.

An employee wearing a protective suit disinfects luggage at the Istanbul Airport during the first day of resumed domestic flights, which were halted since March 26 amid the coronavirus outbreak, in Istanbul, Turkey, June 1, 2020. Airports taking preventive health measures will document their status by getting a certification, he added.

"Starting today, we are moving to a new period of physical distancing at all stages of the journey, from entry to airports to exit at the destination," Karaismailoglu said. Bursa bus station is seen with travellers as Turkey's"new normal" period starts with new seating arrangements after country further eased Covid-19 restrictions in Bursa, Turkey on June 1, 2020. International flights are expected to start next week. Shares of Turkish airports and carriers including Turkish Airlines rose.

 

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