Friday, 02 July 2021, 12:05:41
Today Deputy Prime Minister Yeraly Tugzhanov chaired a meeting of the Interdepartmental Commission on Preventing the Spread Coronavirus Infection in the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
At the meeting, Minister of Healthcare Alexey Tsoy reported on the current epidemiological situation in Kazakhstan after the discovery of the COVID-19 mutation, characteristic of the Delta strain.
In connection with the aggravation of the epidemiological situation, the Deputy Prime Minister instructed the regional akimats to take enhanced restrictive measures to the regions located in the "yellow" zone.
The Deputy Prime Minister noted that despite the high rate of vaccination in the country, today work is not being actively carried out in Mangystau, Atyrau and West Kazakhstan regions.
Also, akimats were instructed to strengthen the work on vaccination of the rural population by organizing the departure of mobile teams.
At the same time, Yeraly Tugzhanov instructed to strengthen the work of monitoring groups, especially in Almaty, Atyrau and North Kazakhstan regions.
Based on the results of monitoring the activities of business entities participating in the Ashyq project, at the suggestion of Atameken NCE, it was decided to exclude 464 objects for 2 weeks that do not check the status of visitors.
In addition, akimats were instructed to check more than 2.4 thousand Ashyq participants, in which a small number of visitors' check-ins are recorded.
At the meeting of the Interdepartmental Commission, the first deputy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Marat Kozhayev reported that since the beginning of the year, the police have initiated 23 criminal cases on the facts of counterfeiting and selling PCR tests, and 4 criminal cases on the facts of falsification of vaccination passports.
Yeraly Tugzhanov instructed the Ministry of Internal Affairs to strengthen the work to identify and prosecute those who falsify the results of PCR tests and vaccination passports.
In order to prepare for the new academic year in the traditional format, the chairman of the IAC instructed the regional akimats to prepare in advance and check the educational institutions for compliance with the sanitary requirements.
In conclusion, the Deputy Prime Minister gave a number of other instructions.