+7 (701) 759 90 19
USD 431.07 EUR 485.51
RUB 5.69 CNY 67.47
News

22.4% of Nur-Sultan citizens develop immune to coronavirus

16 July 2021 13:19
Share in:
22.4% of Nur-Sultan citizens develop immune to coronavirus

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – A mere 22.4% of the citizens have developed immunity to the coronavirus infection in Nur-Sultan city, Sarkhat Beisenova, chief medical officer of the city, said, Kazinform correspondent reports.

Related news
Over 90 new cases of COVID-like pneumonia in Kazakhstan in one day Over 8 mln Kazakhstanis fully vaccinated against COVID-19 90 COVID-19 patients on life support in Kazakhstan

15.8% of those with immunity to the coronavirus infection in the city developed it through vaccination and 6.6% after contracting the virus.

According to the city’s chief medical officer, the vaccination pace has been revved up in the city with 5,000-8,000 people receiving vaccines each day on average.

She went on to say that there was a 31% decrease in COVID-19 cases in May compared to the previous month. She also said that there was a 10% decline in infections than in May. The COVID-19 incidence rate stood at 991.8 and 875.3 in May and June, respectively.




Share in:

Author:

Adlet Seilkhanov

Related news
Read also
+7
Send
Employees online

Archive