Kazakhstan implements second lockdown after COVID cases surge

Kazakhstan will execute a second, gentler lockdown for about fourteen days from July 5 to help battle a flood in coronavirus cases, the legislature said on Thursday.

Specialists will close some unimportant organizations, limit travel between territories, cut open travel administrations’ long stretches of activity and boycott open social affairs. The measures might be fixed or expanded later, the bureau said in an announcement.
President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev requested new checks after coronavirus cases in the Central Asian nation rose more than sevenfold after the lifting of its first, progressively prohibitive lockdown in mid-May.

This time the previous Soviet republic of 19 million individuals will keep up air and railroad joins between its territories and air joins with a predetermined number of nations.
Additionally not at all like already, Kazakhs will be permitted to leave their homes for strolls yet just in gatherings of close to three, and bistros and cafés will have the option to remain open in the event that they have outside seating. The oil-sending out country flanking Russia and China has affirmed more than 42,000 COVID-19 cases with 188 passings and detailed that emergency clinics were full in some significant urban areas.

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