Tuesday, 27 April 2021, 09:45:56
At the government session chaired by Prime Minister Askar Mamin, the sanitary and epidemiological situation in the country was considered.
Minister of Healthcare Aleksey Tsoy reported on the current situation and the progress of vaccination of the population, Chair of the NCE Atameken Ablay Myrzakhmetov spoke about the use of Ashyq application at business facilities, akims of Almaty region Amandyk Batalov, Karaganda region — Zhenis Kassymbek, Akmola region — Yermek Marzhikpayev told about the situation in the regions.
To date, the sanitary and epidemiological situation has somewhat stabilized. The virus reproduction index in the republic decreased to 1. The occupancy rate of infectious beds is 41%, intensive care beds — 28%. To date, the cities of Nur-Sultan and Almaty, West Kazakhstan, Atyrau, Aktobe, Akmola, Karaganda, Kyzylorda, Pavlodar and Mangystau regions are in the red zone in terms of the spread of Covid-19. All other regions, with the exception of the Turkistan and North Kazakhstan regions, are in the yellow zone.
On April 26, work began on scaling the Ashyq application at business facilities. Now, within the framework of Ashyq, in addition to theaters and cinemas, cafes, restaurants, shopping and entertainment centers and sports facilities are ready to open, incl. fitness rooms.
“Today, the most important task is the universal coverage of our citizens with vaccination against coronavirus. At the end of April, 20 percent of the population to be vaccinated should receive vaccinations against COVID-19. It is necessary to adhere to the Vaccination Plan and the schedule of delivery of vaccines to the regions,” Mamin said.
The Prime Minister noted the importance of strict observance by citizens of the requirements for wearing masks, social distancing and avoiding crowds.
The Head of Government instructed to expand the implementation of the Ashyq application in the business environment, which will allow entrepreneurs to step up their activities in the context of the imposed restrictions.