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Kazakhstan’s authorities have decided to extend lockdown measures over the coronavirus for another two weeks, the country’s Prime Minister Askar Mamin announced at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday.
Axar.az reports citing Russian media.
"We have decided to extend restrictions for another two weeks, from July 20 to August 2, at the initiative of the Health Ministry aimed at improving the epidemiological situation," he said.
The prime minister urged the country’s people to abide by lockdown measures.
2020.07.14 / 22:17