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Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca, stating that the number of monkeypox cases in Turkey has reached 11, said, “It is not a disease to be feared for Turkey, neither a pandemic nor an endemic will be a problem.”

ANKARA (IGFA) – Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca answered journalists’ questions after the cabinet meeting.

According to TRT Haber, Minister Koca, sharing the latest situation in the coronavirus, said that the events that reached 60 thousand in the epidemic are currently around 10 thousand. He gave a reminder dose warning once again.

“It is estimated that there may be an outbreak again in November-December. It will not be much different from seasonal flu. Reminder doses should not be neglected in the vaccine. We especially care that individuals who are over 65 years old and who have additional diseases in terms of preparation have their reminder doses taken before November-December.”


Emphasizing that education will not be disrupted in the new period due to the epidemic, Husband said, “When the schools open, there may be an increase in the number of incidents with the increase in contact. Let’s not worry about the schools. There will be no talk of a situation that will disrupt education in schools.”


Explaining that the number of people with monkeypox virus in Turkey is 11, Koca said, “It is not a disease to be feared for Turkey, neither a pandemic nor an endemic will be a problem.”

Minister Koca underlined that with the participation of the new worker, it will be easier to get appointments from the Central Medical Appointment System.

“There will be less going abroad”

Stating that the health worker’s going abroad to work will decrease, Koca said:

“There will be less going abroad. We will always see together that there are more transfers to the public sector. Everyone will see that working in the public sector is advantageous. We will see this very soon, I am talking about 1-2 months “

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