“Thematic Inspections” continue throughout the country within the scope of Kovid-19 measures. In the audits carried out yesterday, shopping malls, markets, grocery stores, greengrocers, butchers and dried nuts were inspected as well as eating and drinking places and public transportation vehicles. In the audits attended by 91 thousand 778 personnel; 81 thousand 97 workplaces, 66 thousand 647 shopping malls, markets, grocery stores, greengrocers, and 25 thousand 655 urban public transportation vehicles were checked. During the audits; While 505 businesses / businesses were warned, 2 thousand 839 businesses / workplaces and people were given administrative action.
The statement made by the Ministry of Interior stated the following:
In the controlled normalization period, subject-based thematic inspections continue without interruption. In this context, restaurants, restaurants, cafeterias, dessert shops, patisseries, coffee houses, coffee houses, country / tea gardens, association tavern, urban public transportation vehicles, shopping malls, markets, grocery stores, greengrocers, butchers and nuts shops were inspected yesterday.
91 thousand 778 personnel took part in the inspections
In the audits in which 6,229 administrative personnel (governor, deputy governor, district governor, provincial / district director) participated; 91 thousand 778 personnel consisting of 22 thousand 829 teams worked.
During the day-long inspections, 81 thousand 97 workplaces (restaurant, restaurant, cafeteria, dessert shop, patisserie, coffee house, coffee house, country / tea garden, association tavern), 66 thousand 647 shopping malls, grocery stores, greengrocers, butchers, dried fruits, 25 thousand 655 urban public transportation vehicles were checked.
In the controls; 1,411 workplaces / businesses were found to be in breach of the measures
As a result of the inspections, it was determined that a total of 1,411 businesses and workplaces and 3,722 people acted against the measures. While 505 workplaces / businesses were warned to comply with the measures, 2 thousand 839 businesses / workplaces and people were given administrative action.
A total of 163 criminal complaints were filed against businesses / businesses and individuals who violated the measures. While 38 vehicles were banned from operations, 9 businesses were closed.