363 more cases of coronavirus have been registered in Kazakhstan over the past 24 hours, including 130 in Karagandy region.
To date, the number of recovered patients grew to 3,734 and 35 people died.
The increase was caused by the violation of the quarantine measures as well.
The sessions will discuss the hottest issue in today’s agenda, which is the public health.
According to the Kazakh Health Ministry, 218 more cases of coronavirus have been registered in Kazakhstan over the last day,
COVID-19 worldwide: vaccine shows promising results in human trials, countries ease lockdown measures.
All residents still should observe the sanitary rules in both crowded and working places.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was the first to urge the WHO to lead the fight against coronavirus.
Despite the positive dynamics in the fights against coronavirus, the treat of its spread still remains.
311 more COVID-19 cases were registered in Kazakhstan in the last 24 hours, including 142 in Atyrau region, 36 in Nur-Sultan.
According to the official data, almost 10,000 coronavirus cases per day have been registered in Russia for the third day in a row.
The World Health Organization criticized the popular method of protection against the novel coronavirus.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Kazakhstan significantly increased over the past weekend.
Kazakhstan will share its experience in digital transformation of the healthcare with the United States Department of Defense.
According to the Kazakh Health Ministry, 118 more coronavirus cases were registered in Kazakhstan in the last 24 hours.
More than 170,000 residents signed the ‘Right to refuse’ petition within the last two weeks.
According to the data from the Johns Hopkins University, the number of people who recovered from COVID-19 is growing every day.
154 more cases of coronavirus were registered in Kazakhstan, including 50 in Almaty, 30 in Nur-Sultan.
Kazakhstan intends to study the genome of the novel coronavirus.
Yesterday Russian President's spokesperson Dmitry Peskov announced at a press conference that he was diagnosed with COVID-19.