1,899 patients recover from COVID-19 in Kazakhstan in last 24 hours
The number of patients who recovered from the novel coronavirus in Kazakhstan exceeded 67,000. In the past day alone, 1,899 COVID-19 patients reported to have recovered. Unfortunately, the number of coronavirus cases is also growing in the country. 1,062 more positive cases of infection were registered in Kazakhstan in the last 24 hours. 493 of them are cases with no clinical symptoms of infection. 210 new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Nur-Sultan over the past day, 176 in Almaty, 14 in Shymkent, 46 in Akmola region, 11 in Aktobe region, 22 in Almaty region, 38 in Atyrau region, 122 in East Kazakhstan region, 41 in Zhambyl region, 59 in West Kazakhstan region, 92 in Karagandy region, 55 in Kostanai region, 28 in Kyzylorda region, 30 in Mangystau region, 46 in Pavlodar region, 52 in North Kazakhstan region and 20 in Turkistan region.
To date, there are 94,882 COVID-19 cases in Kazakhstan, including 12,134 in Nur-Sultan, 12,640 in Almaty, 5,025 in Shymkent, 2,859 in Akmola region, 3,072 in Aktobe region, 4,513 in Almaty region, 10,421 in Atyrau region, 6,856 in East Kazakhstan region, 3,724 in Zhambyl region, 6,049 in West Kazakhstan region, 8,988 in Karagandy region, 2,908 in Kostanai region, 3,096 in Kyzylorda region, 2,995 in Mangystau region, 3,405 in Pavlodar region, 3,325 in North Kazakhstan region and 2,872 in Turkistan region.
The nationwide COVID-19 death toll stands at 1,058.