The number of confirmed cases in Kazakhstan approaches 90,000, a deputy prime minister of Uzbekistan diagnosed
(Fight against new crown pneumonia) The number of confirmed cases in Kazakhstan approaches 90,000 confirmed by a deputy prime minister of Uzbekistan
China News Service Nur Sultan July 31, according to the latest data released by the Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan, the country On the 30th, there were 1,414 newly confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases approached 90,000.
Among the prefectures of Kazakhstan, the capital Nur-Sultan (232 cases) had the most new confirmed cases on the 30th, followed by the largest cityAlmaty (218 cases), East Kazakhstan (187 cases). In terms of the cumulative number of confirmed cases, Almaty City (11662 cases), Nur-Sultan City (11028 cases) and Atyrau Oblast (10242 cases) were more severely affected.
The picture shows the new crown pneumonia detection site in Kazakhstan.
Harbin has an outbreak in mid-March and is now the country with the largest number of confirmed cases and deaths in Central Asia. As of the 31st, a total of 89,078 cases have been diagnosed in Kazakhstan, and 59,517 cases have been cured. The Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan has changed the statistics of death cases to weekly updates. The most recent (28th) published data showed that there were 793 deaths.
The current epidemic data released by the Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan does not include the new coronavirus test results are negative, but similar to those with new coronary pneumonia Symptomatic pneumonia patient data. The Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan will incorporate such patients into the statistics from August 1. According to official data released by Kazakhstan, from January 1 to July 15 this year, over 234,000 cases of pneumonia and 3327 deaths from pneumonia were registered across Kazakhstan.
At present, the Kazakh government has announced that it will extend the current strict isolation restrictions until August 16. Kazakhstan’s Deputy Prime Minister Tokhzhanov said on the 30th that commercial and entertainment venues, shopping malls, closed food and non-food markets, education and training centers, kindergartens, beauty salons and other places can be released in August if the epidemic prevention measures comply with relevant regulations. Business resumed on the 17th.
Uzbekistan, another major Central Asian country, added 686 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia on the 30th, with a total of 23,558 confirmed cases, a total of 13,680 cured, and a total of 137 deaths.
According to Uzbek local media reports, Uzbek government’s deputy prime minister in charge of agricultural affairs Barnoyev and Bukhara Governor Kamalov were diagnosed with new crown pneumonia on the 30th. Tursunov, Deputy Minister of Finance of Uzbekistan, died of new crown pneumonia on the 28th. (End)
Source:China News Network