Necessary work has been initiated by the Governorship of Ordu for the implementation of the decision "to link intercity travel to the governor's leave", which is one of the new coronavirus measures proposed by the Scientific Committee and announced by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Control points were created at the provincial border of Ordu on the orders of Governor Seddar Yavuz. In the created checkpoints, the teams consisting of police, gendarmerie and health personnel stop all vehicles traveling to Ordu and pass the traveling citizens through health checks.
The teams forming the first checkpoint in Ünye-Akçay, which is the entry point from Samsun to Ordu, check all the vehicles coming from Samsun to Ordu at the checkpoint, and check the vehicles in the vehicle.
On the other hand, within the scope of the measures taken, an office will be established at the bus stations by the district governorships for the permit documents that those who need to travel between cities must obtain.
GOVERNOR SEDDAR: “IT WILL BE IMPLEMENTED IN AN ADVENTURE”
Governor Seddar Yavuz, who wants no one to travel intercity unless it is compulsory, said, “The corona virus outbreak is becoming more and more common in our country. Our state takes various measures to protect our citizens from this epidemic. It is essential for everyone to comply with these measures taken for the health of our people. We have to take more stringent measures and apply them to prevent the outbreak from spreading. We constantly call on our citizens to stay at home and not leave the house. We will implement the decisions and measures taken by our state without compromise. Therefore, I warn those who think of traveling to our city, especially outside the city. Stay in your province. Don't come to Ordu. We initiated a very strict inspection at the checkpoints we created at the entrance of the provincial borders. We will refer the one with the slightest symptom to the hospital. We will immediately control those with corona virus symptoms for 14 days. We do not want anyone to be victims. So please stay at home, "he said.