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October 31, 2021 Coronavirus Table Announced! Here Is the Latest Situation in Turkey

According to the breaking news; In the last 24 hours, 347 thousand 362 Kovid-19 tests were carried out in Turkey, 23 thousand 948 people tested positive, 201 people died.

The Ministry of Health shared the Daily Coronavirus Table from the address “covid19.saglik.gov.tr”.

Accordingly, 347 thousand 362 Covid-19 tests were carried out in the last 24 hours, 23 thousand 948 people tested positive, 201 people died, and the number of those who recovered was 26 thousand 175.

Among the population over the age of 18, the rate of those who received the second dose of vaccine was 78.39 percent, and the rate of those who received the first dose of vaccine was 89.24 percent.

Within the scope of combating the Kovid-19 epidemic, 70 thousand 738 doses of vaccines were administered in the last 24 hours.

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The amount of vaccine administered in Turkey so far has increased to 116 million 280 thousand 951 doses.

Ordu, Amasya, Muğla, Kırklareli, Çanakkale, Osmaniye, Eskişehir, Balıkesir, Edirne and Zonguldak became the 10 provinces with the highest rate of “at least two doses of vaccine over the age of 18”.

The provinces with the lowest rate of those who received at least two doses of vaccine were listed as Şanlıurfa, Batman, Diyarbakır, Siirt, Muş, Mardin, Bingöl, Bitlis, Ağrı and Bayburt.

Health Minister Fahrettin Koca shared on his social media account, “Approximately 3 million people have not had their third dose of vaccine yet. Scientists call the third dose a ‘protection dose’. Get your third dose of vaccine. If you are between 18-59 years old and healthy, as a third dose. You can also choose TURKOVAC.” used expressions.

Erdem Artan

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