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Turkey will hire more medics, stop exporting face masks: minister

Reuters Monday, 23 March 2020 ()
Turkey will hire 32,000 more medical staff and stop exporting locally-made face masks so its own services can use them as the coronavirus spreads across the country, the health minister said on Monday.
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