COVID-19 situation in Central Asia does not change

COVID-19 situation in Central Asia does not change

According to the Tajik Ministry of Health and Social Protection of the Population, not a single child was infected with the coronavirus in Tajikistan.

Not a single child under the age of 10 was infected in the country, while only one case was registered among the teens between 10 to 20 years of age. The young man has already recovered and there is no threat to his health now,” said Director of the Tajik Health Ministry Press Center Emomali Mirzo.

The total number of COVID-19 cases in Tajikistan reached 2,140. 641 people recovered; 41 died.

In Uzbekistan, the number of recovered patients grows every day, reaching 2,372 at the moment. The Uzbek Health Ministry confirmed 84 more cases of coronavirus over the past 24 hours, including 44 from abroad and 40 among the people in quarantine.

To date, 565 patients who caught coronavirus are receiving treatment in hospitals, including five in serious condition. According to the latest data, Uzbekistan reported 2,950 COVID-19 cases and 13 deaths.

43 more cases of coronavirus have been registered in Kyrgyzstan over the last day, including four medical workers, said Nurbolot Usenbayev, Kyrgyz Deputy Health Minister. 1,313 people have been infected with coronavirus in Kyrgyzstan since the start of the pandemic. 929 patients recovered; 14 died.

Turkmenistan still has not officially reported any cases of COVID-19 yet.

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