(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) Kazakhstan will implement new regulations on entry and epidemic prevention when the number of new cases in a single day exceeds 10,000

  China News Agency, Nur-Sultan, January 14 (Reporter Zhang Shuo) Recently, the domestic epidemic situation in the Central Asian country Kazakhstan has continued to deteriorate, and the number of confirmed cases has surged.

The Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan stated that this is closely related to the domestic spread of the mutant strain of Omicron.

In this regard, the country will implement new entry epidemic prevention regulations from the 15th, and some regions will issue new epidemic prevention and control resolutions.

On January 10, local time, the National Day of Mourning in Kazakhstan, various places mourned the innocent lives lost in the riots in different ways, and flags were flown at half mast in many places.

  Azar Giniyat, Minister of Health of Kazakhstan, pointed out at a government meeting recently that in order to effectively control the spread of the epidemic, the government expects to purchase 6.5 million doses of vaccines.

In addition, it will continue to draw on international experience to carry out drug research and development work for the prevention and treatment of new coronary pneumonia.

At the same time, according to the forecast of the Ministry of Health, in the next period of time, if the coverage rate of the booster vaccination of the public is 100%, and on the premise that the whole people comply with the requirements of epidemic prevention, there will be about 17,500 new confirmed cases per day in Kazakhstan; if the coverage of the booster vaccination is strengthened The rate is 40%, and if the people do not fully comply with the epidemic prevention requirements, the number of confirmed cases in Hari will reach 40,000.

  According to the resolution of the Interdepartmental Joint Committee for the Prevention and Control of the New Crown Epidemic in Kazakhstan, the country has implemented new regulations on entry and epidemic prevention since the 15th.

According to regulations, all passengers arriving in Kazakhstan must provide a negative test report valid within 72 hours.

At the same time, passengers departing from Kazakhstan Airport will not be allowed to board the plane if they cannot present the relevant test report.

  In addition, due to the recent turmoil in the country, Almaty, the largest city, is facing the dual pressure of order restoration and epidemic prevention and control.

The city's chief health physician issued a new resolution on epidemic prevention and control on the 14th.

The resolution requires that group activities including family gatherings and various religious activities are prohibited; the public should strictly abide by the epidemic prevention regulations, wear masks and maintain social distance in public places; those who have tested positive and who have been in close contact with confirmed patients must Self-isolate for 14 days.

  According to the Kazakh National Public Health Center, as of 14:00 local time on the 14th, the number of newly confirmed cases in the country exceeded 10,000 in the past 24 hours, reaching 10,418, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases exceeded 1.024 million; people with symptoms of new coronary pneumonia but laboratory virus testing The total number of negative cases has reached 84,563.

As of the 13th, 8 regions, including the capital Nur-Sultan and Almaty, are in the "red zone" of epidemic risk level.