In Turkey, while no strict lockdown measures have been put in place, citizens over 65 or with chronic medical conditions are not allowed to leave their houses.
Citizens are advised not to leave their homes unless necessary for at least three weeks, and to minimise social contact until the threat of COVID-19 recedes. Most corporates and private companies are working from home where possible.
On 22 March, restaurants and coffee shops, gyms, hairdressers, pubs and nightclubs were closed (however, restaurants can still provide takeaway services).
Gatherings at mosques and other social gathering places are advised not to be used and major shopping malls started closing until further notice.
President Erdogan has said the pandemic could become an opportunity for Turkish manufacturers, as global companies seek to shift production away from China. Go here for recent announcements on COVID-19 from the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey.