Kazakhstan has developed a set of special measures to solve the problem of the shortage of medicines.
To date, there are 96,922 COVID-19 cases in Kazakhstan, including 12,530 in Nur-Sultan, 12,995 in Almaty.
The hospital for coronavirus-infected patients deployed at the Halyk Arena sports complex in Almaty.
1,840 patients were reported to have recovered from coronavirus in the last 24 hours.
Meantime, the United States remain the hardest-hit country in the world in terms of the number of coronavirus cases.
On July 26, five scientists-developers were vaccinated with their own inactivated COVID-19 vaccine.
The number of patients who recovered from the novel coronavirus in Kazakhstan exceeded 67,000.
Assiya Moldimanova stated that the violations were recorded in the period from July 9 to August 3.
69.4 percent of all infected people have recovered, and the rest are receiving the necessary treatment.
2,621 patients were reported to have recovered from coronavirus in the last 24 hours.
Caroline Clarinval stressed that the WHO would continue to work actively with the Kazakh government and Kazakh Health Ministry.
Tsoy said that to date 67 percent of coronavirus patients have recovered from the dangerous disease.
Starting August 1, the overall statistics now includes both COVID-19 and pneumonia cases.
There were several reasons why the experts decided to do this experiment.
To date, there are 92,662 COVID-19 cases in Kazakhstan.
He also advises against visiting crowded places and holding mass events, gatherings in order to prevent another wave of COVID-19.
A donor must be 18 years of age or older and weigh at least 50 kilograms.
1,472 more COVID-19 cases have been registered over the last 24 hours, including 644 without any symptoms.
Over the past 24 hours, Almaty had the biggest number of 271 COVID-19 cases, followed by Nur-Sultan with 250 cases.
European countries consider introducing new restrictions.