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Intercity trips to be allowed in Turkey from June 1

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Intercity trips will be allowed in Turkey from June 1, said President Recep Erdogan.


According to the Anadolu agency, Turkish residents will be able to visit beaches, reserves, and parks. 


Besides, from June 1, civil servants who were previously sent on vacation or worked in a ‘flexible’ mode will begin work.


Erdogan also noted Turkey has shown the world how it succeeded in the COVID-19 fight.

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