Speaking after a cabinet meeting, Erdoğan said cash aid to low-income families would also be extended for a month. He said 18 billion Turkish Liras ($2.6 billion) had been disbursed so far under the two programs.
The short labour pay – which partially covers wages of formally-employed workers whose hours are cut – will extend into July. It came into effect in March shortly after the first COVID-19 case was identified in Turkey.
Some officials in tourism and other sectors had said the system should be extended by another three months.
Hurriyet Daily News