As of February 22, 208.1 thousand cases of coronavirus infection were recorded in Kazakhstan. More than 2.5 thousand people died, 191.7 thousand recovered.
The expert said that most of the schoolchildren and students are still studying remotely, which also does not cause joy.
“The Ministry of Education doesn’t only curse the lazy: due to the low quality of education“across the distance,”some of the parents transferred their children to distance learning too, but to other countries. And the Ministry of Education, being unable to guarantee the level of education, forbade Kazakhstani schoolchildren to study abroad,”Gusev explained.
The journalist also noted that the Russian Sputnik V vaccine was registered in Kazakhstan on February 15, and the production of the first batch in the amount of 90 thousand doses began at the Karaganda pharmaceutical complex, and the production volume is planned to be increased to 2 million doses by July.
At the first stage, doctors will receive the vaccine, then teachers and security officials; in total, it is planned to cover 6 million Kazakhstanis with vaccinations, the source said.
Read the full interview here.