2019 novel coronavirus (COVID 19) infections detected as the first official records of the disease in Wuhan, China, affected almost all countries worldwide, including Turkey. Due to the number of infected cases, Turkey is one of the most affected countries in the world. Thus, an examination of the pandemic data of Turkey is a critical issue to understand the shape of the spread of the virus and its effects. In this study, we have a close look at the data of Turkey in terms of the variables commonly used during the pandemic to set an example for possible future pandemics. Both time series modeling and popular efficiency measurement methods are used to evaluate the data and enrich the results. It is believed that the results and discussions are useful and can contribute to the language of numbers for pandemic researchers working on the elimination of possible future pandemics.