The Turkish government has been struggling to make its hospitals safe.
At least 12 people have died there in the past few weeks.
In October, a fire at a hospital in Ankara killed at least 23 people and wounded at least 45.
The situation in the country’s hospitals is not as bad as in the United States.
In December, the U.S. State Department warned that there were “unprecedented and grave concerns” regarding the safety of hospitals and healthcare facilities in Turkey, which is home to about 1.2 million people.
The government, which has been under fire from the U,S.
over its handling of the coup, has said it is trying to increase security and improve health services.
But Turkish officials have said the countrys hospitals are still not safe.
The U.N. has issued a travel advisory for Turkey after the government issued a list of 17,000 sites deemed “critical” for the safety and security of healthcare workers and patients.
The list includes schools, mosques, universities, hospitals and nursing homes.
In response to the U S. State Dept. warning, Turkey’s Health Minister, Bulent Arinc, said on Monday that the country was working on measures to improve the safety conditions of hospitals.
But he said that in the meantime, he did not have any information about the number of fatalities or injuries.
The United States and Turkey have a long history of mutual distrust.
The U. S. has criticized Turkey’s handling of a deadly coup attempt in Turkey in 2016 and its crackdown on dissent after the failed coup attempt, which killed more than 240 people.