Drastic rise: Over 45,000 cases of coronavirus patients in the United States

On Monday, 2,411 cases were registered, and now a total of 46,154 are registered.
The number of deaths increased to 29 during the day.
The United States has thus surpassed Spain by number of cases, but this European country has a problem with the high number of deaths, currently at 2.311.

Turkish Airlines halting all int’l flights except 5 routes

Turkish Airlines will ground all international flights except five routes from March 27 to April 17, the national flag carrier announced on March 22.

"As of March 27, we will suspend all our international flights except Hong Kong, Moscow, Addis Ababa, New York, and Washington, until April 17," the company's CEO Bilal Ekşi said on Twitter.

Project against puffer fish delights local fishermen

Turkey's Agriculture and Forestry Ministry has started a project against the poisonous puffer fish, which started being seen in the country since the 2000's and invaded the Mediterranean coast.

Fishermen will receive five Turkish Liras (80 U.S. cents) from the authorities in exchange for a tail of the puffer fish they caught within the scope of the project.

Coronavirus pandemic reaches world leaders and disrupts global sporting events

The coronavirus has reached the highest levels of government and the sporting world, with Canada's prime minister isolating himself when his wife tested positive, the Arsenal manager and a Chelsea player being diagnosed and the Australian Grand Prix cancelled just hours before the event was due to start.

COVID-19 impact expected to be negative on commercial real estate market short term (consultants)

The impact of COVID-19 will be negative in the short term on certain sectors of the commercial real estate market in Europe, provided that the outbreak gets under control within a reasonable time, says Anthony Selman, CBRE Head of Investment Properties Central and Eastern Europe.