Kazakhstan records sharp increase in coronavirus cases

Kazakhstan records sharp increase in coronavirus cases

Kazakhstan recorded a sharp increase in coronavirus cases. 268 more cases of COVID-19 were reported in the past day alone, which is almost two times more than the figure for October 27. East Kazakhstan region had the biggest increase of more than 100 infected people in 24 hours. In total, over 111,000 coronavirus cases have been registered in Kazakhstan since the beginning of the pandemic.

The country confirmed 111,100 COVID-19 cases:

14,693(+12) in Almaty,

14,510(+33) in Nur-Sultan,

11,270(+4) in Atyrau region,

10,532(+10) in Karagandy region,

9,360 (+139) in East Kazakhstan region,

6,992(+9) in West Kazakhstan region,

5,231(+2) in Shymkent,

5,112(+5) in Almaty region,

4,400(+13) in North Kazakhstan region,

4,196(+12) in Pavlodar region,

4,180(+3) in Zhambyl region,

3,664(+10) in Akmola region,

3,608(+7) in Kostanai region,

3,409(+1) in Turkistan region,

3,391(+0) in Mangystau region,

3,293(+2) in Aktobe region,

3,259(+6) in Kyzylorda region.

The number of pneumonia cases with COVID-19 symptoms also grows in the country. 174 more such cases were reported in the last day.

The number of patients recovered from the deadly virus increases as well. Kazakh Health Ministry recorded 176 more recoveries in the past 24 hours. A total of 106,059 people reported to have recovered from COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Recoveries over the past day:

34 in Nur-Sultan,

15 in Almaty,

23 in Shymkent,

26 in Akmola region,

5 in Aktobe region,

4 in Atyrau region,

13 in East Kazakhstan region,

17 in West Kazakhstan region,

21 in Karagandy region,

7 in Kostanai region,

5 in Pavlodar region,

6 in North Kazakhstan region.


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