Turkey – Public parks in Ankara welcome visitors without Corona restrictions


Location: Ankara -Turkey

Language: Arabic

Voice: Natural

Duration: 00:03:20

Source: A24

Restrictions: A24 Clients

Dateline: 11-05-2022


Public parks in the Turkish city of Ankara opened their gates for visitors this summer season without Corona restrictions.

People expressed their happiness with the return of life to normal, two years after the start of the pandemic; however, some expressed their concerns about the return of the pandemic as masks are still mandatory inside public places.

The pandemic caused between 13.3 and 16.6 million deaths around the world in 2020 and 2021, according to World Health Organization.

Shot list:

Soundbite (Turkish citizen):

“I still wear masks in public places, buses, health centers, and crowded places. The danger of the virus has not been over yet.”

Soundbite (Turkish citizen):

“Everything is going well. I used to have issues in breathing with the mask on, and now I’m glad I can breathe well.”

Soundbite  (Turkish citizen):

“I’m more comfortable now. Wearing a mask annoys me, and I think it wasn’t necessary.”

Soundbite (Turkish citizen):

“It feels freedom in the open air but we still suffer from anxiety despite all the vaccinations. I suffer from chronic diseases, and I have fears. I always carry a mask in my bag; I wear it in shops and subways. I hope that we get rid of this virus.”

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