Thirteen health clinics and hospitals were closed down by the government along with 2 local associations for disabled people on Saturday.
The Turkish government has issued two new state of emergency decrees, No 689 and 690, as part of its post-coup crackdown, While another 3,974 people 484 academics were dismissed from state institutions, matchmaking programs on TV were banned.
In the meantime, 14 associations, 1 newspaper, 1 magazine, 13 private health clinics and 18 foundations were shuttered.
Ankara-based Physically Disabled Association and Denizli-based Denizli Disability Association are among those closed down.
Over 130,000 people from state institutions have been purged since July 15.