Istanbul Grand Bazaar reopens as Turkey eases Covid-19 lockdown measures

Turkey has begun to ease some coronavirus restrictions on Monday, with authorities saying that the outbreak is “under control”. Flights and car travels have resumed between big cities, while cafés, restaurants and Istabul’s Grand Bazaar reopen. This has been the market’s longest closure in its 559-year history, as FRANCE 24’s Turkish team reports from what is one of the biggest indoor markets in the World.