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Kazakhstan’s single-day confirmed cases surged in anti-epidemic spending exceeded 1.6 billion U.S. dollars

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(Fighting against new crown pneumonia) Kazakhstan’s single-day confirmed cases surged in anti-epidemic expenditures exceeding US$1.6 billion

China News Agency, Nuer Sultan, July 16 (Reporter Zhang Shuo) According to the latest news from the Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan, as of 16:00 on the 16th local time, the country has newly confirmed 5,600 new cases of new coronary pneumonia in the past 24 hours. The country has the highest number of new cases in a single day since the outbreak.

Data show that there are more than 530,000 confirmed cases in Kazakhstan and more than 8,300 deaths. As of that day, 13 of Kazakhstan’s 17 states and municipalities were in the “red zone” of the epidemic risk level.

In response to the current epidemic situation, the capital, Nur-Sultan, will implement a new round of epidemic prevention measures starting on the 17th of this month, requiring public gatherings to be prohibited except in public places where the Ashyq health app is enabled; religious institutions and facilities must be required on working days Work in strict accordance with epidemic prevention regulations; according to work needs, 80% of government agencies and corporate personnel must switch to remote working mode; entertainment facilities such as cinemas, shopping malls, children’s playgrounds and sports venues are open until 17:00 on weekdays; public transportation system weekends Will cease operations.

The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Ma Ming recently instructed at the regular meeting of the Kazakhstan Epidemic Prevention and Control Inter-departmental Committee that the persons in charge of various regions and state agencies should take all measures to mobilize medical resources to ensure adequate reserves of hospital beds, medicines, personal protective equipment, and medical equipment. Ma Ming emphasized the need to further strengthen the vaccination publicity work and vigorously increase the population’s vaccination rate.

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According to Kazakhstan’s Minister of Health, Alexei Zoe, the number of confirmed cases of the new crown has been on the rise due to the rapid spread of the delta mutant virus throughout Kazakhstan. According to him, currently about 4.7 million people have completed the first dose of vaccination, and about 2.5 million people have completed the second dose of vaccination. In the face of the current epidemic situation, Alexei Zoe said that it is expected that the number of new confirmed cases nationwide from July to September will reach 400,000, and the peak daily average number of new cases will reach more than 6,000 in August.

In addition, according to the latest statistics from the Ministry of Finance of Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan has spent more than 700 billion tenge (approximately US$1.64 billion) in its anti-epidemic budget since 2020. (Finish)


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