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Lack of COVID-19 beds likely in some regions of Kazakhstan – Tsoi

28 July 2021 18:44
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Lack of COVID-19 beds likely in some regions of Kazakhstan – Tsoi

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – A number of regions in Kazakhstan may experience lack of infectious and intensive care beds, Minister of Healthcare Alexei Tsoi said Wednesday, Kazinform correspondent reports.

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Addressing the Wednesday press briefing, Minister Tsoi said that the number of COVID-19 patients had doubled recently.

«Presently, almost 90,000 people are treated for COVID-19. Of these, 25,000 COVID-19 patients are staying at infectious hospitals,» Tsoi noted.

In his words, the number of serious COVID-19 patients in a number of regions has increased by 2.1fold. Almost 1,000 COVID-19 patients are on life support.

Minister Tsoi added that a number of regions may experience lack of infectious and intensive care beds. «Especially, Nur-Sultan city as well as Aktobe, Akmola and Kyzylorda regions,» he stressed.



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