Tokayev instructed to extend restrictions on the coronavirus in Kazakhstan

The President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev has requested to extend for another two weeks quarantine restrictions, which were imposed because of the coronavirus.

The Cabinet of Ministers of Kazakhstan from July 5 introduced in the country a two-week quarantine because of the complications of the epidemiological situation and the increase in the prevalence of coronavirus infection, later the restrictions were extended to August 2nd.

"In order to further consolidate the positive effect of the imposed restrictive measures in July, and given the possible complications of the epidemiological situation in Kazakhstan and neighboring States Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev has instructed the State Commission to extend the quarantine measures at two weeks with subsequent gradual easing," - said in a statement on the website of the President of Kazakhstan published following the meeting on the epidemiological situation in the country.

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