Kazakhstan’s coronavirus case tally surpasses 189,000

Kazakhstan’s coronavirus case tally surpasses 189,000
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  • calendar-gray 02 February 2021

Kazakhstan’s doctors registered 1,161 new coronavirus cases in the past day, 98 fewer than a day earlier, and the total case tally hit 189,131, the government’s commission for preventing the coronavirus spread reported on Tuesday, APA reports citing TASS.

In the past eight days some 1,161-1,469 daily COVID-19 cases were registered. Some 1% of the Central Asian republic’s 18.8 mln population were infected. The coronavirus spread rate in the past eight days reached 0.9. A record high of 1,962 coronavirus cases were confirmed on July 9.

A total of 169,963 people have recovered, with 1,195 recoveries registered in the past 24 hours, according to the commission. The death toll has reached 2,556, climbing by 7 in the past day.

As of January 25, as many as 6,399,596 COVID-19 tests were carried out among 34% of the population. Some 2.9% of those who passed tests were infected.


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