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Case rates decreased by 50 percent in 10 days in Gaziantep


In Gaziantep, which is among the ‘very high risk’ provinces in the Corona virus risk map, with a total number of cases corresponding to 100,000 population, up to 283, it showed the effect of complete closure and vaccination, including the holiday.

Provincial Health Director Ümit Mutlu Tiryaki stated that they saw the benefits of complete closure and vaccination, and that their work started to yield positive results.

338 THOUSAND VACCINATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE

Stating that there is no problem with vaccination in the city, Tiryaki said, “The number of vaccines made in Gaziantep so far is around 338 thousand”. Stating that vaccination has become an important rule as mask and distance in the fight against corona virus, Tiryaki said, “Vaccines have a protective feature. In summary, people should not rely on the rumors about vaccination. This vaccine is no different from a drug. Our people should come without hesitation and get their vaccines.

“INTENSIVE CARE OCCUPANCY RATIO FALLED TO 54 PERCENT”

Stating that they have managed the process very well as a city recently, Tiryaki stated that the cases have decreased by 50 percent and the intensive care and ward patients have also regressed as follows:

“Before the closure, the number of our cases had started to decrease. We increased the number of our radiation team and conducted an intensive work. We achieved significant success with the scans and warnings we made at the point of combating the epidemic. We have achieved a significant momentum with the support of our citizens. Finally, we see a very serious decrease in the number of Covid-19 services and intensive care patients. Fortunately, this number has declined to 40 percent right now. We can lower these numbers even further by following the measures. “

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