Kyrgyzstan passes the acute period of COVID during 3 weeks



Kyrgyzstan passed the acute period of the coronavirus epidemic in the shortest possible time – in three weeks, Prime Minister Kubatbek Boronov said at a briefing.

According to him, the republic’s authorities have been doing everything possible since January to keep the situation stable. In March, when COVID-19 was first detected in Kyrgyzstan, the infection was already registered in 169 countries.

“It is means that we have made all effort to prevent the virus from entering the country. The government, the president and society took measures that helped to pass the acute period of illness in a short time – in three weeks,” Boronov said.

He recalled that the most acute period was on June-July of this year. According to Boronov, the most difficult period of the epidemic lasted 85 days in China, in European countries – about 100, and in the United States, the coronavirus has been raging since April.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 44,526 cases of infection have been registered in Kyrgyzstan, 40,158 people have been ill, 1,062 have died.


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