Kazakh PM instructs to speed up COVID-19 revaccination pace
14 December 2021 10:31

Kazakh PM instructs to speed up COVID-19 revaccination pace

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – Kazakh Prime Minister Askar Mamin instructed to speed up the pace of COVID-19 vaccination and revaccination in the country, Kazinform correspondent reports.

«The epidemiological situation is stable as there has been no increase in daily COVID-19 cases. Occupancy rate at infectious diseases hospitals stands at 23% and in intensive care units – 20%,» said Mamin.

He went on to note that six areas of the country are in the «yellow zone», and 11 – in the «green zone».

«In total, 8.8mln people have been vaccinated with the first component or almost 78% of the adult population. The second component has been given to over 8.3mln people or around 70% of the population. It is essential to go ahead with the observation of mask wearing regime, social distancing and speed up the vaccination and revaccination pace,» he said.


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