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Kyrgyzstan/Kazakhstan: New Rules for Tallying Covid-19 Data

Click to expand Image Medical specialists wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) treat patients at a day hospital, which is located in a school gym and provides services free of charge, in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan July 16, 2020. © 2020 REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (Berlin) – The decision on July 17, 2020 by the governments of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan to start counting certain cases of pneumonia as Covid-19 in official data provides greater transparency and accountability and should improve their ability to protect people’s health, Human Rights Watch said today. “It’s important that, in line…

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