Kazakhstans entry policy has been tightened, and nucleic acid test reports are required for all personnel entering Kazakhstan

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 Kazakhstans entry policy has been tightened, and nucleic acid test reports are required for all personnel entering Kazakhstan


Bai Harbou Rolf also said that novel coronavirus pneumonia negative reports should not be provided for Kazakhstan citizens returning to international flights, so they should be segregated for 48 hours at designated locations and tested by nucleic acids in professional medical institutions.

In particular, bayhabrov noted that the new requirement would cover all countries that have resumed air passenger routes with Kazakhstan, without distinguishing the national classification. The requirements are also applicable to the transportation by railway, sea transportation, river transportation and highway.

Previously, the requirement only applied to some countries. This means that Kazakhstan will upgrade its foreign prevention and control policy and reduce the risk of epidemic import. Novel coronavirus pneumonia cases and novel coronavirus pneumonia symptoms were reported in October 4th, but there were nearly 142 thousand cases of pneumonia cases with negative laboratory virus test results. In the past 24 hours, 264 cases of two kinds of pneumonia were added. At present, there are still more than 3000 patients receiving treatment in Kazakhstan. (end)