Kazakh Chief State Sanitary Doctor signs resolution on preventing Covid during referendum

01.06.2022, 12:57

The chief state sanitary doctor of Kazakhstan signed a resolution to prevent the spread of coronavirus during the nationwide referendum. The document outlines the algorithm of holding an important event, which must be followed by governors and mayors, as well as territorial commissions of regions and cities of national significance. Thus, during the referendum, it is necessary to ensure compliance with social distancing and the sanitary and disinfection regime. In addition, an uninterrupted air ventilation in the premises should be ensured both before the start of voting and throughout the day. Today, the epidemiological situation for coronavirus is stable in Kazakhstan. All regions of the country are in the "green" zone from March. All quarantine restrictions have been lifted. 



Translation and editing by Saule Mukhamejanova