ANKARA

Turkish police on Saturday handed out bread to people confined due to curfew as a measure to fight the coronavirus outbreak.

On social media, users posted pictures of police officers handing out bread to people in 31 of Turkey’s 81 provinces — 63 million people of Turkey’s population of 82 million — amid a two-day curfew that went into effect Friday at midnight.

Apart from police officers, Vefa Social Support Group members were also on duty to distribute bread.

The group was set up by the Interior Ministry on March 22 to help senior citizens over 65 and those

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