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Now have to ask police for permission to go out

https://www.lgcnews.com/permission-to-l ... -whatsapp/

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Post by EnjoyingTheSun »

For shopping or over and above what was already in place?

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Not for the places it has been confirmed you can visit, ie supermarket, chemist, bank, petrol station. Went to Garanti today, business customers only we wanted money changing but no such luck.

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Only for journeys beyond that you we are all permitted.
Food, chemist, banks, petrol.

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forestpixie wrote:
Thu 26 Mar 2020 4:47 pm
Not for the places it has been confirmed you can visit, ie supermarket, chemist, bank, petrol station. Went to Garanti today, business customers only we wanted money changing but no such luck.
Where did you get that info because the report says ‘if you want to leave your home’? Says nothing about shopping etc.

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Post by Reyntj »

Its the normal very sloppy journalism from lgc . You always have to check what they print. You dont need it for essentials . Try google and translate !

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Poor police have been getting hammered with enquiries regarding this.

https://www.kibrisgazetesi.com/kibris/p ... 85858.html

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General Directorate of Police said, “In the permits to be taken within the scope of the Curfew Regulation issued by the Council of Ministers, there is no need to obtain a permit to go to the police headquarters, such as government offices, markets, butchers, banks and pharmacies.” He included his statements. The statement of the General Directorate of Police is as follows: “Important announcement to our people In the permits to be taken within the scope of the Curfew Order Declaration published by the Council of Ministers, there is no need to obtain permission to go to the most frequently asked government offices, markets, butchers, banks and pharmacies. It is kindly requested that our people complete these basic needs from the places closest to their homes and return to their homes as soon as possible. Police stations, telephones and Whatsapp message line are unnecessarily busy on this issue. Due to the extreme density experienced today, many of our citizens' calls could not be answered. It is kindly requested to pay attention to this issue so that we can respond to our citizens who are in need. "

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Post by Groucho »

"so that we can respond to our citizens" - more racism, unintentional?

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It's a Google translation, please don't try to make this more than it is. We have better things to be worrying about.

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I read citizens to mean public and certainly didn't see any racism implied or otherwise. Why try to stir things up?

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alphamike wrote:
Fri 27 Mar 2020 4:00 am
Poor police have been getting hammered with enquiries regarding this.

https://www.kibrisgazetesi.com/kibris/p ... 85858.html

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General Directorate of Police said, “In the permits to be taken within the scope of the Curfew Regulation issued by the Council of Ministers, there is no need to obtain a permit to go to the police headquarters, such as government offices, markets, butchers, banks and pharmacies.” He included his statements. The statement of the General Directorate of Police is as follows: “Important announcement to our people In the permits to be taken within the scope of the Curfew Order Declaration published by the Council of Ministers, there is no need to obtain permission to go to the most frequently asked government offices, markets, butchers, banks and pharmacies. It is kindly requested that our people complete these basic needs from the places closest to their homes and return to their homes as soon as possible. Police stations, telephones and Whatsapp message line are unnecessarily busy on this issue. Due to the extreme density experienced today, many of our citizens' calls could not be answered. It is kindly requested to pay attention to this issue so that we can respond to our citizens who are in need. "
Thanks for the clarification

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Post by sophie »

It doesn't mention hospitals or vets either but I know of no-one been stopped or even queried when visiting them.

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Hospitals and Labs visits are allowed checked with police this morning.

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