Turkish Airlines has extended its suspension of all international flights to May 1 as part of measures to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, the national flag carrier announced late on April 1.
Domestic flights have been limited to 14 metropolitan cities while all other domestic flights have been halted, Chief Executive Officer Bilal Ekşi said on Twitter.
The death toll from a coronavirus in the US has exceeded 4,000. That's double the number of reported deaths three days earlier, according to Johns Hopkins. The number of casualties eached 4079 on Wednesday early in the morning - compared to 2010 over the weekend. More than 40 percent of the deceased are in New York, the epicenter of the infection.
The total number of hospitalizations is 302, and 42 people have recovered from coronavirus, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said.
At the beginning of his address, Vucic cited the number of people who died in Europe today, with particular emphasis on Italy, in which 969 people died in the last 24 hours.
The Turkish government implemented new measures for marketplaces on March 26 after the country's death toll from the coronavirus rose to 75.
Turkey's death toll from the coronavirus increased by 16 to 75 on March 26, as the number of confirmed cases rose by 1,196 to 3,629, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said.
The world's largest democracy went under the world's biggest lockdown on March 25, with India's 1.3 billion people ordered to stay home in a bid to stop the coronavirus pandemic, while in the U.S., lawmakers and the White House agreed on a massive $2 trillion domestic aid package to help those impacted by the outbreak.