Thirty-two new cases of the novel coronavirus officially confirmed in Tajikistan yesterday
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Thirty-two new cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been officially confirmed in Tajikistan as of the evening of July 6, bringing a total number of COVID-19 cases officially reported in the country since June 21, 2021 to 236.
Thus, a total number of the officially confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection in Tajikistan has reached 13,655 since April 30, 2020, when its index cases were confirmed in Dushanbe and Khujand.
According to data from the Ministry of Health and Social Protection of the Population (MoHSPP), twenty-eight COVID-19 patients recovered in the country yesterday.
Thus, the number of those who have been cured in Tajikistan since April 30, 2020 reached 13,410 (99 percent).
A MoHSPP claims that the confirmed number of the coronavirus-linked deaths has not changed since yesterday – 95.
Meanwhile, according to unofficial data, the number of affected persons and deaths is in the thousands.
Recall, Tajikistan’s coronavirus task force has ordered all citizens over the age of 18 to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Citizens should book an appointment with their doctor or their local clinic to receive a free vaccination. The task force said the mandatory vaccination order was to counter the spread of COVID-19 in Tajikistan. It also called on citizens returning to Tajikistan from abroad and visitors to isolate for 10 days even if they test negative. The coronavirus task force also encouraged Tajiks to limit the size of weddings and other events to the fewest number of people.
The coronavirus COVID-19 is reportedly affecting 220 countries and territories. According to COVID-19 data provided by Worldometer, coronavirus cases around the globe have been reported at 185,390,254 since China reported its first cases to the World Health Organization (WHO) in December 2019. Of them, 169,733,058 have recovered and 4,009,218 have died.