Restrictions to be introduced again in Kazakhstan due to coronavirus on July 5 | News | News

The Government of Kazakhstan decided to introduce additional quarantine measures from July 5 for 14 days in connection with the complication of the epidemiological situation in the republic. On Thursday, July 2, reported on the official website of the Prime Minister.

The decision to impose quarantine was taken at a meeting of the state commission chaired by Prime Minister Askar Mamin in accordance with the order of President Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev.

So, in the country during this period passenger bus auto-communication between the regions will be limited, entertainment, sports and other public events, as well as family and commemorative events, are prohibited. Beauty salons, hairdressers, gyms, pools, cultural and entertainment facilities will not work.

In addition, the movement of citizens along the streets, parks and squares is limited — more than three people cannot be gathered in groups. The movement of persons over 65 is also limited.

On July 1, the Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan announced a tense situation with the spread of coronavirus infection in the country. According to the deputy head of the department Lyudmila Byurabekova, cases of coronavirus continue to be recorded in the republic, in addition, some drugs disappeared from pharmacies.

On June 29, Tokaev announced a new wave of coronavirus in the country, calling the reason for non-compliance with quarantine measures by citizens.

Kazakhstan lifted restrictions imposed on coronavirus on May 11. Since then, the number of new patients with this infection has grown seven times.

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