Since 11 May, restrictions in Turkey have begun easing with malls and most businesses reopening. Cafes, restaurants and tourism facilities reopened from 1 June.
Most corporates and private companies are working from home where possible. President Erdogan has also issued a statement ordering public institutions and organisations to allow for alternating and flexible schedules for employees, and to enforce remote working where this is practical.
The Turkish government is planning for 'normalisation' and intending to abolish lockdown measures by mid-June.
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.