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Almaty sees drop in COVID-19 cases – chief medical officer

3 September 2021 16:16
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Almaty sees drop in COVID-19 cases – chief medical officer

ALMATY. KAZINFORM – Almaty city has been observing decrease in cases of the coronavirus infection, Head of the city’s Health Office, Chief Medical Officer Zhandarbek Bekshin said, Kazinform correspondent reports.

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According to Bekshin, there has been decrease in COVID-19 cases over the last week. If previously there were 1,600 daily infections, now the figure stands at 1,200-1,300, dropping by 350. There has also been decline in ambulance visits, which, according to the chief medical officer, demonstrates decrease in COVID-19 cases.

In his words, Almaty citizens aged from 20 to 39 account for 35% of COVID-19 infections, those aged 40-59 – 49%, and persons over 60 – 23%.

Notably, Almaty city is to ease the COVID-19 restrictions starting September 4.

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