All sanitary posts removed at the entrances to Bishkek – mayor’s office

7 August 2020, 22:04 Source

At the entrances to Bishkek, all sanitary control posts (UPC) have been removed, the press service of the mayor’s office reported.
This decision was made by the Civil Protection Commission, and the order was signed by its chairman – the vice-mayor of the capital Aziz Alymkulov.
Recall that a total of 12 sanitary control posts were established at the city’s borders, where 24 employees of the State Traffic Safety Inspectorate, 40 employees of the Military Internal Security Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, 40 employees of the special forces regiment of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and 24 specialists from the Ministry of Emergencies and the Ministry of Health worked.
The Mayor’s Office presented the opening hours of Bishkek markets. List
The mayor’s office reminds that “the coronavirus is very dangerous” and asks citizens not to move around the city without urgent need.
In Kyrgyzstan, over the past day, 665 cases of recovery from COVID-19 were registered (taking into account community-acquired pneumonia). 142 patients have been cured in Bishkek.
At the same time, over the past 24 hours, four people have died with coronavirus (also taking into account community-acquired pneumonia), in the capital – not a single one. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 1,451 patients have died in the republic.


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