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11.05.2021

Over 1.6mln receive COVID-19 vaccine in Kazakhstan

1,686,733 have been given vaccines against the coronavirus infection in Kazakhstan, according to the Health Ministry. As of May 10, 2021, a total of 1,686,733 have been inoculated against COVID-19 in the country, the Health Ministry said. Almaty city is leading the nation in terms of the total number of...

1,686,733 have been given vaccines against the coronavirus infection in Kazakhstan, according to the Health Ministry. As of May 10, 2021, a total of 1,686,733 have been inoculated against COVID-19 in the country, the Health Ministry said. Almaty city is leading the nation in terms of the total number of...

06.05.2021

Close to 1.5m receive first vaccine against COVID-19 in Kazakhstan

Nearly 1.5 million people have received at least one dose of vaccine against COVID-19 in Kazakhstan as of May 4, said Kazakh Minister of Healthcare Alexey Tsoy at a May 4 government meeting. 

Vaccination has accelerated in April, after Tokayev criticised officials for slow vaccine rollout. As of today, 1,422,204 people...

Nearly 1.5 million people have received at least one dose of vaccine against COVID-19 in Kazakhstan as of May 4, said Kazakh Minister of Healthcare Alexey Tsoy at a May 4 government meeting. 

Vaccination has accelerated in April, after Tokayev criticised officials for slow vaccine rollout. As of today, 1,422,204 people...

04.05.2021

Three COVID vaccines available to Kazakh citizens

As the vaccine rollout continues, the citizens of Kazakhstan will have access to three vaccines against COVID-19 – Russia’s Sputnik V, the locally produced QazVac, and China’s Sinopharm produced in the United Arab Emirates, said Kazakh Healthcare Minister Alexey Tsoy at an April 30 virtual meeting with the population.

“Just today...

As the vaccine rollout continues, the citizens of Kazakhstan will have access to three vaccines against COVID-19 – Russia’s Sputnik V, the locally produced QazVac, and China’s Sinopharm produced in the United Arab Emirates, said Kazakh Healthcare Minister Alexey Tsoy at an April 30 virtual meeting with the population.

“Just today...

04.05.2021

Over 1,700 people recover from COVID-19 in Kazakhstan

As of Monday, 1,758 people made full recoveries from the coronavirus infection in Kazakhstan in the past day. The highest number of COVID-19 recoveries was recorded in the Kazakh capital Nur-Sultan with 444. Coming in second is Almaty city with 201 COVID-19 recoveries. The Karaganda region is ranked third with...

As of Monday, 1,758 people made full recoveries from the coronavirus infection in Kazakhstan in the past day. The highest number of COVID-19 recoveries was recorded in the Kazakh capital Nur-Sultan with 444. Coming in second is Almaty city with 201 COVID-19 recoveries. The Karaganda region is ranked third with...

04.05.2021

762 COVID-19 patients in critical condition in Kazakhstan

44,374 people were treated for coronavirus infection in Kazakhstan as of May 3, according to the Ministry of Healthcare. According to the ministry, 15,476 patients are staying at hospitals, while 28,898 are receiving outpatient treatment. 762 patients are in critical condition, 197 are in extremely severe condition and 122 are...

44,374 people were treated for coronavirus infection in Kazakhstan as of May 3, according to the Ministry of Healthcare. According to the ministry, 15,476 patients are staying at hospitals, while 28,898 are receiving outpatient treatment. 762 patients are in critical condition, 197 are in extremely severe condition and 122 are...


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