Three million euros will be allocated with a primary focus on Kazakhstan.
123 health workers in the country caught the dangerous disease and 59 of them died.
At a Government’s meeting held today, Kazakh Health Minister Alexey Tsoy spoke about the results of the two-week quarantine.
Now COVID-19 will be treated in hospitals with antiviral medications “Remdesivir” and “Favipiravir”.
1,975 coronavirus patients in Kazakhstan reported to have recovered in the last 24 hours.
Today, July 20, the ministry and the Samruk-Kazyna Fund signed a Memorandum of Cooperation.
The new obligation will apply to shopping centers, indoor markets, museums, banks and parking lots.
372 coronavirus patients in Kazakhstan reported to have recovered in the last 24 hours.
A full transition to COVID-19 coding will be carried out from August 1 of this year," Tsoy informed.
Head of the Center for Public Health Zhazira Yemberdiyeva shared her opinion on these issues in an interview with Kazakh TV.
A group of experts of the World Health Organization will arrive in the country in the near future.
40,256 people recovered from the virus. 375 patients died.
All branches of the National Centre of Expertise will use test systems of domestic production.
These doctors quickly assess the condition of patients and decide which department they need to be referred to.
A cargo plane with personal protective equipment for doctors in Kazakhstan arrived in airport of Almaty.
1,058 more people recovered from coronavirus in Kazakhstan in the past day.
50 percent of the nomenclature of a single distributor consists of drugs and medical products of domestic production.
The WHO chief also systematized the spread of COVID-19 in each country and named four scenarious of pandemic behavior.
To date, there are 63,514 COVID-19 cases in Kazakhstan, including 7,149 in Nur-Sultan, 8,040 in Almaty.
Kazakhstan plans to establish industrial production of vital equipment in August.