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Kazakhstan takes decisive steps to stop spread of COVID-19

The Kazakh government has implemented a series of proactive measures over the past two months to address the outbreak of the novel coronavirus that has infected more than 416,000 people globally.At the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in January, the special governmental commission created an action plan to protect the population in advance. By February, the country started blocking national borders for some foreign countries with high epidemic danger, and all the citizens were advised to avoid any trips abroad.Later on March 15, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev declared a state of emergency across the nation. In his decree, the President stated that entry to and departure from the country is to be restricted for everyone except for diplomats and official delegations, those invited by the Government and foreigners under certain conditions.In addition, the decree introduced quarantine measures and suspended the activities of shopping and entertainment centres. Kindergartens, schools, .

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