PHOTOS Turkey under full lockdown to curb pandemic

PHOTOS

Turkey under full lockdown to curb pandemic

Xinhua

20:04, May 03, 2021

A shop is seen closed during the lockdown in Istanbul, Turkey, May 3, 2021. Turkey is currently under full lockdown that began on Thursday and will last until May 17, in an attempt to reduce the growing COVID-19 cases ahead of the tourism season. (Photos: Xinhua/Xu Suhui)

A coffee shop is seen closed during the lockdown in Istanbul, Turkey, May 3, 2021. Turkey is currently under full lockdown that began on Thursday and will last until May 17, in an attempt to reduce the growing COVID-19 cases ahead of the tourism season.

Few cars drive on the street during the lockdown in Istanbul, Turkey, May 3, 2021. Turkey is currently under full lockdown that began on Thursday and will last until May 17, in an attempt to reduce the growing COVID-19 cases ahead of the tourism season.

A restaurant is seen closed during the lockdown in Istanbul, Turkey, May 3, 2021. Turkey is currently under full lockdown that began on Thursday and will last until May 17, in an attempt to reduce the growing COVID-19 cases ahead of the tourism season.

Shops selling auto parts are seen closed during the lockdown in Istanbul, Turkey, May 3, 2021. Turkey is currently under full lockdown that began on Thursday and will last until May 17, in an attempt to reduce the growing COVID-19 cases ahead of the tourism season.

Few cars and people are seen on the street during the lockdown in Istanbul, Turkey, May 3, 2021. Turkey is currently under full lockdown that began on Thursday and will last until May 17, in an attempt to reduce the growing COVID-19 cases ahead of the tourism season.

Few cars drive on the street during the lockdown in Istanbul, Turkey, May 3, 2021. Turkey is currently under full lockdown that began on Thursday and will last until May 17, in an attempt to reduce the growing COVID-19 cases ahead of the tourism season.

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