Kazakhstan chief sanitary doctor signed new decree on quarantine

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Kazakhstan chief sanitary doctor signed new decree on quarantine

Kazakhstan chief sanitary doctor signed new decree on quarantine

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The chief state sanitary doctor of Kazakhstan, Yerlan Kiyasov, signed changes to the decree on quarantine in the republic, Kazpravda.kz reports.

On the decree the Ministry of Culture and Sports, together with the Association of Tour Operators of Kazakhstan are obliged to:

1) take additional measures to prevent the importation of COVID-19 into Kazakhstan when organizing recreation abroad for Kazakhstan citizens;

2) inform tour operators about changes in requirements for persons arriving in Kazakhstan from abroad.

The fourth quarter of the 2020-2021 school year is permitted:

- in all regions of the republic:

teaching in a traditional format in urban and rural schools with up to 300 students, with no more than 25children in classes;

individual teaching of students after school hours in groups of no more than 15 by decision of the administration of the educational organization;

- in regions of low and moderate risk zones (green and yellow zones), teaching in a combined format in general education schools for students of all grades, with no more than 25 children in classes is permitted;

- in regions in the high-risk zone (red zone) teaching is permitted in a combined format in general education schools from grades 1 to 5 inclusive, in international schools - from grades 1 to 7 inclusive, with no more than 25 children in classes;

training in a combined format for 6 days of the week for graduation classes (9th, 11th (12th) grades): 70 percent of subjects in the regular mode, 30 percent - in distance format (no more than 15 people in a class, training in the principle "1 class - 1 room", observance of sanitary-disinfection and mask regimes); "

The contingent subject to vaccination against CVI and the priority of their vaccination is revised at the discretion of the chief state sanitary doctors of regions, cities of republican scale in agreement with local executive bodies, depending on the epidemiological situation on the incidence of CVI and the supply of vaccines against CVI";

Persons who have been in contact with a patient with an infectious disease, including CVI, are vaccinated after the end of the quarantine period, with the exception of healthcare workers;

Vaccination is carried out in two stages: first with component I with 0.5 ml dose, then, after 3 weeks (21 days without taking into account the day of vaccination) - with component II at 0.5 ml dose; in this case, if it is impossible to carry out vaccination with component II on the 21st day (coincidence on weekends, holidays, departure to another place, etc.), component II vaccination is allowed up to 60 days after component I vaccination. "

The resolution took effect at 00:00 on March 26, 2021.

09:10, 26 March 2021

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