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29 September, Tuesday


Kazakhstan Health Minister considers peak passed and situation is stable

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Kazakhstan has registered 34 deaths from PCR-confirmed coronavirus and 21 from clinically confirmed coronavirus (pneumonia) in last 24 hours, Minister of Health Aleksey Tsoi told a press briefing today, EDNews.net reports citing AKIpress.

1,069 new COVID-19 cases and 798 clinically confirmed cases are registered in the country. 672 patients recovered.

The Minister noted that epidemiological situation became stable and the country passed the peak of cases.

“We can say that situation with coronavirus in Kazakhstan has become stable. The peak of cases was passed. Now we have to keep positions, which have been achieved through hardships by our people and healthcare system,” he said.

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