“If we were not citizens, it could get much funnier.” I’d like to start with the current situation; Back in December 2020, ministry of health assured that there would be enough number of vaccine for at least 50-55 million by May 2021, now they can’t even complete the second shots. While biontech strictly states that the second dose should be applied within 4 weeks to strengthen immunity, Turkey has already postponed all the appointmens indefinitely. On the other hand, Erdogan and his fellow flunkeys refuse to clarify how many vaccines were donated to the middle eastern & northern african countries. It’s banned to take records of police actions during protests. On April 30 Turkish police issued a directive banning citizens from filming them during demonstrations. Many people pointed out that the move, circulated in a notice by Turkey's police headquarters, was unlawful and would make it more difficult to identify rights violations at demonstrations or other events where police were deployed. The notice said personnel should not allow voice or video recording without permission "while executing their duties," because it violated personal privacy and could involve unlawfully sharing personal data. On April 26, after the recent cabinet meeting, Erdogan stood in front of cameras and announced new measures to curb the surge in the number of covid-19 cases. After his announcement, a decleration was published by the ministry of interior. One day later, another ban, that was neither announced by the president nor in the official announcement was tweeted out by a journalist. The reporter to the presidency tweeted that during the 17-day lockdown alcohol sales would be banned. It came as a semi-shock because the Turkish government had already been introducing an alcohol sale ban during weekend lockdowns. However, this time the ban was introduced during the holy month of ramadan and for 17 consecutive days. Tell them it’s all about covid, right?