Akmola rgn sees upward trend in COVID-19 cases in schoolchildren KOKSHETAU. KAZINFORM – COVID-19 cases in children under 14 years rose by 18 times and in 15-17-year-olds by 25 times in the first 10 months of this year compared to the same period of 2020 in Akmola region, Chief Medical Officer Ainagul Musina said, Kazinform correspondent reports.
Over 10,000 in Turkey enjoyed Kazakh orchestra’s performances KARAGANDA. KAZINFORM The Tattimbet Karaganda Orchestra of Kazakh Folk Instruments from Karaganda toured Turkey between September 16 and 27. More than 10,000 people at large got acquainted with the history of the Great Steppe told by dombra and kobyz, Kazinform reports.
Kokshetau hosts photo exhibition on occasion of independence anniv KOKSHETAU. KAZINFORM – A photo exhibition on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of independence of Kazakhstan took place at the Kokshetau Culture Palace in Kokshtau city, Akmola region, Kazinform reports citing the press service of the Internal Policy Department.
165 die of COVID-19 in July in Akmola rgn KOKSHETAU. KAZINFORM – 165 COVID-19-related fatalities have been reported in Akmola region since the start of July, including six in the previous day. There has been a 1.7% growth in COVID-19 deaths over the past week, Ainagul Musina, Chief Medical Officer of Akmola region, said, Kazinform correspondent reports.
Akmola region opens another COVID-19 hospital due to spike KOKSHETAU. KAZINFORM «As we know the WHO recommends to vaccinate 60% of population to develop herd immunity otherwise we fail to curb spread of Delta strain circulating currently,» said head of the polyclinic of the Bulandy district hospital Kenzhibulat Maulipbergenov.
21% of Akmola region residents given both COVID-19 vaccine jabs KOKSHETAU. KAZINFORM – 177,115 people or 43% of the people eligible for vaccination have so far been given at least one jab of the vaccines against COVID-19 in Akmola region, Ainagul Musina, the region’s chief medical officer, said, Kazinform correspondent reports.
Coronavirus cases in children under 14 increase 13 times in Akmola region KOKSHETAU. KAZINFORM «Coronavirus infection becomes more aggressive and dangerous. Coronavirus cases in children under 14 have increased 13 times in Akmola region,» chief state sanitary doctor of the region Ainagul Mussina said.
Over 6,000 Akmola region residents vaccinated against COVID-19 KOKSHETAU. KAZINFORM – 6,031 people have been inoculated with the COVID-19 vaccine in Akmola region since the start of the nationwide vaccination campaign, chief state sanitary officer Ainagul Mussina said Thursday, Kazinform correspondent reports.