Volunteers are the new heroes of these difficult times.
Visiting Lake Kobeituz and Lake Tengiz will be banned until the end of quarantine.
The researchers also spoke about the philosopher's contribution to the music.
If an employee will use his or her equipment, an employer must provide cartridges and all related spare parts.
Taras Shevchenko Museum in Kaniv city presented the translation of Abai’s “Words of Edification” on Ukrainian language.
Khabar Agency is launching a competition of “not made up stories” about ordinary people and their incredible lives.
Medical researches show that people need to do those exercises which get your pulse fast.
Activists of Zhas Otan Youth Organization under the Nur Otan party prepared more than 800 health kits in Almaty.
They will be accepted until July 25 instead of July 20 to make it convenient for applicants during the quarantine.
In Kyzylorda, members of such monitoring group attended the reception of humanitarian aid from China.
Volunteers actively helped at distributing grocery baskets and were on duty at checkpoints together with police officers.
Students in remote ungraded rural schools will study in normal mode.
Previously, the same financial compensation was paid twice during the nationwide state of emergency from March 16 to May 11.
Almaty residents will have to postpone their favorite outings on the weekend.
Kazakh police officers, health workers, emergency services officers gathered in front of the main flagpole of the country.
Entertainment and media broadcasts are canceled throughout the country.
A single hotline for advising the residents of Nur-Sultan ‘iKOMEK109’ receives from 7,000 to 29,000 calls or messages per day.
According to reports on July 9, 264 people died from the deadly virus in the country.
Police patrols even social media and websites to detect the cases of selling medicines at inflated prices.