Turkey has carried out more than 1.4 million attacks in the last 24 hours
Turkey has provided more than 1.44 million vaccines against COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, according to Anadolu.
More than 37.11 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered since the country launched a mass vaccination campaign in mid-January.
According to the Ministry of Health, more than 23 million people received their first dose while more than 14 million have been fully vaccinated.
It also confirmed 6,221 new cases of coronavirus nationwide, including 548 symptomatic patients, in the past 24 hours. The number of new cases on Tuesday was 5,955.
The total number of cases in Turkey now exceeds 5.34 million while the death toll across the country has reached 48,950 with 71 new deaths.
Another 4,632 patients won the battle against the virus, bringing the total number of recoveries to over 5.21 million.
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More than 57.6 million coronavirus tests have been carried out to date.
The latest data shows the number of COVID-19 patients in critical condition as many as 881 people.
Meanwhile, Turkey will start vaccinating its citizens over the age of 35 on Thursday, Health Minister Fahretin Koca said after a virtual meeting of the scientific advisory council on the coronavirus in the capital, Ankara.
“We mustn’t forget how we got to today and what we left behind. We can’t build tomorrow if we forget yesterday,” said Kocha and urged everyone to take their punches as soon as possible.
To combat the spread of the virus, Turkey currently has the evening at 10:00 p.m. until 5 am from Monday to Saturday and full closing on Sunday.
As of December 2019, the pandemic had claimed more than 3.82 million lives in 192 countries and territories, with more than 176.72 million reported worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University.