Uzbekistan has temporarily imposed a ban on the export of pharmaceutical products due to the growth in the number of cases of coronavirus COVID-19 in the country, said on Saturday oberstab in the Cabinet of the country.
In Uzbekistan on 15 March revealed the first Republic in the case COVID-19. By Saturday the number of registered cases was 15 896, died of 80 patients, 9003 recovered. Now on treatment there are 6813 patients with COVID-19, including 70 in serious condition, 11 - in the heaviest.
The President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoev has reprimanded the Minister of health, Alisher Sadmanova because of rising cases of coronavirus COVID-19 in Tashkent, reports the press-service of the head of state.
According to the press service, Mirziyoev July 15, held via video conferencing meeting in connection with the critical situation with coronavirus in Tashkent and Tashkent region. "The health Minister, Alisher Sadmanova reprimanded for improper organization of work on prevention of the spread of coronavirus in Tashkent", - stated in the message. The reprimand also made khokim (mayor) of Tashkent Jahangir Artykbayeva, leaders from all sectors of the capital of Uzbekistan and Tashkent region received a strict warning.
Strong fire occurred on Thursday on the territory of pulp and paper mill Global KOMSCO Daewoo in the Tashkent region of Uzbekistan, the press service of the emergencies Ministry of the Republic.
According to the press service, June 25 in the first half of the day on the territory of the Uzbek-South Korean joint venture, Global KOMSCO Daewoo for the production of pulp and paper products in the city of Yangiyul in Tashkent region was a strong fire.
Uzbek law enforcement officers detained in Tashkent and Tashkent region 25 people on suspicion of involvement in a terrorist organization "Katib Tauhid Val - Jihad"*, reported the press service of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the country.
According to authorities, were arrested 25 people.