No Turkish hospitals at capacity due to COVID-19, health minister says

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - No Turkish hospitals are operating at capacity because of the coronavirus pandemic, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said on Thursday, after Reuters quoted doctors as saying some dedicated intensive care units (ICU) were full.

"There are no cities, not even a single hospital, working at capacity due to COVID-19. Claims are unfounded," Koca said on Twitter.

Doctors in coronavirus hotspots, including Ankara and the southeastern city of Gaziantep, told Reuters...