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COVID-19 government response timeline for Kyrgyzstan

Find out what policies Kyrgyzstan has implemented to combat the pandemic.
Jan 22nd, 2020Jan 22
Level 1 of 4
C8: International travel controls - screening arrivalsDetails
Thermal imagers installed at all checkpoints on the border with China and at Manas airport to detect coronavirus. http://www.med.kg/en/news/418-thermal-imagers-installed-in-the-airport-manas-to-detect-coronavirus.html
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Jan 28th, 2020Jan 28
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
Students at some schools were informed about measures to prevent coronavirus, which was detected in China. http://www.med.kg/en/news/413-school-students-informed-about-arvi-prevention-measures.html
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Jan 30th, 2020Jan 30
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
A seminar on non-communicable diseases was held today for specialists of the Health Promotion Units (HRCs) in the Moscow region of Chui oblast. The workshop was organized by the Rural Health Committees of Kyrgyzstan and the Republican Center for Health Promotion and Mass Communication (RCMC). Baktygul Toktorbaeva, a specialist at the center, gave a brief overview of the coronavirus in China and what prevention measures and advice should be given to the population. http://www.med.kg/kg/2020-04-13-08-32-31/339-zhugushtuu-emes-oorular-boyuncha-seminar-tk-r-ld.html
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Feb 1st, 2020Feb 01
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
Specialists of the Republican Center for Health Promotion and Mass Communication (RCMC) continue to inform the public about measures to prevent the coronavirus by holding seminars throughout Kyrgyz Republic. http://www.med.kg/kg/2020-04-13-08-32-31/366-prodolzhayutsya-profilakticheskie-meropriyatiya-sredi-naseleniya-po-koronavirusu-2.html
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Feb 5th, 2020Feb 05
Level 1 of 3
H2: Testing policy - only those who both (a) have symptoms AND (b) meet specific criteria (eg key workers, admitted to hospital, came into contact with a known case, returned from overseas)Details
According to health minister, express tests for COVID-19 is in place since February 5, more than 20,000 were administered by 9 labs, mostly for people who were in contact with the ill: https://24.kg/obschestvo/149694_vkyirgyizstane_ekspress-test_nakoronavirus_provodyat_kontaktnyim_litsam/.
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Feb 6th, 2020Feb 06
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
Specialists of the Republican Center for Health Promotion and Mass Communication under the KR MOH, together with specialists from FMCs and health promotion units carry out information and preventive measures for viral infections, including for prevention of coronavirus among the population across the republic. These events are being organized in secondary schools, kindergartens, secondary and higher educational institutions, local governments and other institutions. http://www.med.kg/en/news/497-information-campaign-on-prevention-of-coronavirus.html
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Feb 25th, 2020Feb 25
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
According to the Republican Center for Health Promotion and Mass Communication (RHP&MC), 931 secondary schools and 121 higher education institutions and professional lyceums are covered by the information campaign on coronavirus prevention. In addition, the RHP&MC specialists conducted trainings on coronavirus prevention in 271 organizations, ministries and departments of the country, providing information to the total of 7071 government officials. In 603 villages of the country, the volunteers of Village Health Committees carried out outreach work by visiting the households, informing people at bus stations, railway station, trolleybus department, large markets in Bishkek City. http://www.med.kg/en/news/561-the-ministry-of-health-s-information-campaign-on-prevention-of-coronavirus-covers-931-secondary-schools-of-the-republic.html
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Feb 27th, 2020Feb 27
Level 1 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - recommend cancellingDetails
Coronavirus taskforce recommends that citizens whenever possible "avoid crowded places and limit events with the participation of a large number of people"; https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/respublikanskiy-shtab-po-nedopushcheniyu-rasprostraneniya-koronavirusa-rekomenduet-izbegat-mest-massovogo-skopleniya-lyudey
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Feb 28th, 2020Feb 28
Level 1 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - recommend cancellingDetails
Minister of health Cholponbaev: "It is necessary to limit activities around the country in order to avoid mass crowds." Ministry of Health suggests not going to Friday prayers at the mosque because of coronavirus. https://kloop.kg/blog/2020/02/28/minzdrav-predlagaet-ne-hodit-na-pyatnichnuyu-molitvu-v-mechet-iz-za-koronavirusa/
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Mar 1st, 2020Mar 01
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Quarantine for travellers coming from select countries such as China, Italy, Iran etc.: https://kloop.kg/blog/2020/03/12/kakie-mery-prinyali-v-kyrgyzstane-chtoby-obezopasit-lyudej-ot-koronavirusa/
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Mar 3rd, 2020Mar 03
Level 0 of 2
C5: Close public transport - no measuresDetails
Mar 4th, 2020Mar 04
Level 1 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - recommend cancellingDetails
Mar 5th, 2020Mar 05
Level 1 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - recommend cancellingDetails
During the meeting, it was noted that according to the recommendation of the Ministry of Health, mass cultural events with the participation of a large number of people who were planned for the near future were canceled in the republic. This recommendation is familiar to all heads of state bodies and local governments. https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/respublikanskiy-shtab-vazhno-obedinit-usiliya-v-voprose-preduprezhdeniya-rasprostraneniya-koronavirusa
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Mar 12th, 2020Mar 12
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
Mar 12th, 2020Mar 12
Level 1 of 2
H3: Contact tracing - limited contact tracing; not done for all casesDetails
At least 90 people were contacted with three Kyrgyz citizens who arrived from Saudi Arabia who were diagnosed with coronavirus. All of them were placed in the observation, said the Minister of Health of Kyrgyzstan Cosmosbek Cholponbaev. Authorities said that the first cases of infection were detected on the night of March 18, but it is known that infected people arrived from Saudi Arabia on March 12. So, contact tracing was limited. Source: https://rus.azattyq.org/a/30494302.html.
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Mar 14th, 2020Mar 14
Level 1 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - recommend not leaving houseDetails
Coronavirus taskforce recommends limiting movement and staying at home if possible "It is recommended that you stay at home during the quarantine period." Though the "quarantine" period begins on March 16th, the recommendation was given on March 14th and reiterated previous language regarding avoiding crowded places. Since the recommendation to the public was expanded on March 14th, coded as 1G already; https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/respublikanskiy-shtab-po-nedopushcheniyu-rasprostraneniya-koronavirusa-rekomenduem-ogranichit-poseshchenie-torgovo-razvlekatelnykh-tsentrov-i-drugikh-obshchestvennykh-mest
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Mar 14th, 2020Mar 14
Level 3 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban arrivals from some regionsDetails
A ban on entry into the Kyrgyz Republic to all foreign citizens staying, including transit, in China, Italy, Iran, Korea, France, Germany and Spain for the past 30 days came into effect on March 14th; https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/priezzhayushchikh-v-kyrgyzstan-iz-stran-koronavirusom-razdelili-na-tri-kategorii-kriterii-otsenki-stran-po-kategoriyam-na-12-marta
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Mar 16th, 2020Mar 16
Level 3 of 3
C1: School closing - require closing all levelsDetails
Mar 17th, 2020Mar 17
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
For preventive purposes, nightclubs, cinemas, computer gaming clubs, food areas and playgrounds for children in shopping and entertainment centers will be closed, after recommendation of Coronavirus taskforce the day prior; https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/pravitelstvo-uzhestochaet-mery-po-preduprezhdeniyu-proniknoveniya-i-rasprostraneniya-koronavirusa; https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/respublikanskiy-shtab-v-tselyakh-profilaktiki-nochnye-kluby-kinoteatry-kompyuternye-kluby-budut-vremenno-zakryty
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Mar 17th, 2020Mar 17
Level 3 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings between 11-100 peopleDetails
Mar 17th, 2020Mar 17
Level 4 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban on all regions or total border closureDetails
Mar 18th, 2020Mar 18
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
- carrying out cultural, sports, scientific, family, commemorative events; - activities of entertainment facilities; - activities of children's entertainment facilities, playgrounds, catering outlets located in shopping and entertainment centers; - the activities of cinemas, theaters, museums, exhibition halls and galleries, cultural and educational institutions and other institutions; - the activity of catering outlets with the number of seats more than 50; - the activities of sports centers, sports sections, public baths, saunas, pools; - The activities of online clubs, as well as computer gaming establishments.; https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/pravitelstvo-vvelo-ogranichenie-na-provedenie-kulturno-massovykh-meropriyatiy-do-uluchsheniya-situatsii-po-koronavirusu
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Mar 19th, 2020Mar 19
Level 1 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - recommend not leaving houseDetails
Prime Minister Muhammedkaly Abylgaziev: There are no strict restrictions on the movement of citizens. However, it is better to refrain from traveling without special need. https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/premer-ministr-mukhammedkalyy-abylgaziev-zharandardyn-kyymyly-chn-kirgizilgen-rezhim-katuu-chektlrd-kamtybayt
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Mar 22nd, 2020Mar 22
Level 1 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - recommend not to travel between regions/citiesDetails
Prime Minister Muhammedkaly Abylgaziev: There are no strict restrictions on the movement of citizens. However, it is better to refrain from traveling without special need. https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/premer-ministr-mukhammedkalyy-abylgaziev-zharandardyn-kyymyly-chn-kirgizilgen-rezhim-katuu-chektlrd-kamtybayt
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Mar 24th, 2020Mar 24
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
Mar 25th, 2020Mar 25
Level 3 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for all-but-essential workplaces (eg grocery stores, doctors)Details
State of emergency regime since March 25 requires closing of non-essential workplaces in chosen geographies (largest towns, mainly): https://rus.azattyk.org/a/30505743.html
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Mar 25th, 2020Mar 25
Level 4 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings of 10 people or lessDetails
"Kyrgyzstan declared a state of emergency in the cities of Bishek, Osh, and Jalal-Abad, including the Nookat and Kara-Suu districts in Osh, and the Suzak district in Jalal-Abad, due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The state of emergency will be in effect from 08:00 (local time), Wednesday, March 25, until 08:00, Wednesday, April 15." Gathering of more than 3 people are forbidden. State of emergency extended until April 30th. https://www.garda.com/crisis24/news-alerts/325881/kyrgyzstan-state-of-emergency-declared-in-bishek-osh-and-jalal-abad-due-to-covid-19-march-25-update-6; https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/kyrgyzstan/coronavirus
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Mar 25th, 2020Mar 25
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
State of emergency in main cities (since March 25) requires public and most private transport to stop operations: http://www.president.kg/ru/sobytiya/ukazy/16382_podpisan_ukaz_ovvedenii_chrezvichaynogo_pologheniya_naterritorii_goroda_bishkek_kirgizskoy_respubliki.
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Mar 25th, 2020Mar 25
Level 3 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - require not leaving house with minimal exceptions (eg allowed to leave once a week, or only one person can leave at a time, etc)Details
"Bishkek, Osh, Jalal-Abad, Naryn and At-Bashy are subject to emergency procedures until 30 April. Other areas may have local restrictions in place. For areas under emergency procedures a curfew is in place between 21:00 and 06:00"; " If you are going out for any of these reasons you will need to carry id and a written copy of the following information: Full name, Telephone number, Reason for leaving the house, Time of leaving, Expected time of return, Home address / address of residence, Destination address" State of emergency in main cities (since March 25) prohibits citizens to leave their homes for substantial amount of time and limits travel. http://www.president.kg/ru/sobytiya/ukazy/16382_podpisan_ukaz_ovvedenii_chrezvichaynogo_pologheniya_naterritorii_goroda_bishkek National measures here (allow for essential trips during day time): https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/opredeleny-chrezvychaynye-mery-vremennye-ogranicheniya-prav-i-svobod-grazhdan-i-ikh-dopolnitelnye-obyazannosti-na-otdelnykh-territoriyakh-kyrgyzskoy-respubliki
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Mar 25th, 2020Mar 25
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
The restriction to movement vary across different cities in Kyrgyzstan. However, most public spaces are closed, movement between cities is halted, and people are urged / required to stay home across the country. The restrictions were put in place with the declaration of a state of emergency. "Restrictions on moving between villages, towns and cities across the rest of Kyrgyzstan remain in place. The authorities have ordered most shops and places of entertainment to close, with only grocery stores, banks and pharmacies remaining open. Large events have been suspended including family, cultural, sporting, scientific and other commemorative events. Citizens are being encouraged to remain at home as far as possible and limit contact with other people." https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/kyrgyzstan/coronavirus
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Mar 26th, 2020Mar 26
Level 1 of 2
E2: Debt/contract relief - narrow relief, specific to one kind of contractDetails
" The outbreak of the pandemic has weakened the macroeconomic outlook for the Kyrgyz Republic and opened a balance of payments gap estimated at about US$400 million. There is an unprecedented high level of uncertainty surrounding this projection. The IMF support helps provide a backstop, increase buffers, and shore up confidence for the Kyrgyz economy. It also helps catalyze donor support and preserve fiscal space for essential COVID-19-related health expenditure. To absorb the shock of the pandemic, the government is appropriately implementing a temporary loosening of macroeconomic and financial policies." https://www.imf.org/en/News/Articles/2020/03/26/pr20115-kyrgyz-republic-imf-executive-board-approves-disbursement-to-address-covid-19-pandemic
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Mar 31st, 2020Mar 31
Level 1 of 2
H3: Contact tracing - limited contact tracing; not done for all casesDetails
The number of contact persons with laboratory-confirmed patients with COVID-19 is 5,771 people. It is reported by the republican headquarters on March 31. Main categories are family and friends of patients, so the contact tracing is limited to at least these categories. No information on when exactly they started to trace contacts, though. Source: https://24.kg/obschestvo/148646_chislo_kontaktnyih_lits_szarajennyimi_koronavirusom_5tyisyach_771_chelovek/.
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Apr 10th, 2020Apr 10
Level 1 of 2
E1: Income support - government is replacing less than 50% of lost salary (or if a flat sum, it is less than 50% median salary)Details
Note: the below info is from kpmg. I could not find the information elsewhere. "Social institutions About 490 thousand citizens from socially vulnerable groups will receive social payments from the Government The government allocated 4459,5 tons of flour 200 million soms allocated for the purchase of food for families from socially vulnerable groups Workers involved in combatting COVID-19 As of April 10, from the deposit account opened for the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic, 433 medical workers were paid compensation payments in the total amount of 3 million 159 thousand soms for March To avoid the risk of coronavirus infection, the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic decided to send on paid labor leave medical workers over 65, pregnant women and employees with small children About 500 vehicles (buses, minibuses, personal vehicles) are involved in the movement of health workers" https://home.kpmg/xx/en/home/insights/2020/04/kyrgyzstan-government-and-institution-measures-in-response-to-covid.html
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Apr 11th, 2020Apr 11
Level 1 of 2
H3: Contact tracing - limited contact tracing; not done for all casesDetails
The number of contacts with laboratory-confirmed patients with coronavirus is 6,251 people. This was announced at a briefing by Deputy Minister of Health Madamin Karataev: https://24.kg/obschestvo/149798_vkyirgyizstane_chislo_kontaktnyih_lits_prevyisilo_6tyisyach_chelovek/. Main categories are family and friends of patients, so the contact tracing is limited to at least these categories. No information on when exactly they started to trace contacts, though.
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Apr 14th, 2020Apr 14
Level 3 of 3
C1: School closing - require closing all levelsDetails
School closure ordered from 16 March until the end of the school year, in May https://reliefweb.int/report/kyrgyzstan/wfp-kyrgyz-republic-country-brief-march-2020
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Apr 14th, 2020Apr 14
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
Gathering in groups of more than three people, unless they are from the same household is forbidden. https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/kyrgyzstan/coronavirus
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Apr 14th, 2020Apr 14
Level 4 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban on all regions or total border closureDetails
The process of issuing entry visas for the Kyrgyz republic has temporarily been suspended. There are currently no other commercial flights scheduled to leave from Kyrgyzstan. It is unclear when further flights will be announced. https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/kyrgyzstan/coronavirus
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Apr 30th, 2020Apr 30
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
20 thousand business entities or 130,000 citizens of Kyrgyzstan will return to their jobs from May 1 as part of the first stage of resumption of economic activities in Kyrgyzstan after coronavirus lockdown, said Prime Minister Muhamedkaly Abilgaziyev at the parliament session on April 30. source: https://akipress.com/news:640580:After_coronavirus_lockdown,_130,000_citizens_to_return_to_work_on_May_1_in_Kyrgyzstan__PM/
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May 4th, 2020May 04
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Since May 4, residents of Issyk-Kul province have been prohibited from traveling to other regions without urgent need and a pass from local authorities. Others are only able to enter the province by showing a certificate indicating they have tested negative for COVID-19 and by submitting to quarantine for 14 days. source: https://eurasianet.org/dashboard-coronavirus-in-eurasia-may-4-10
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May 11th, 2020May 11
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
Among the businesses allowed to reopen from May 11 are providers of maintenance, cleaning and financial services, lawyers, property and tourist agents, as well as some non-food retailers. Source: https://www.thetelegram.com/news/world/kyrgyzstan-to-ease-coronavirus-restrictions-447939/
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May 11th, 2020May 11
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
Despite earlier announcements, government decides that "at this stage trolleybuses, buses and minibuses will not be allowed [to operate]." https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/premer-ministr-mukhammedkalyy-abylgaziev-nastupaet-vazhnyy-etap-protivodeystviya-rasprostraneniyu-koronavirusa
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May 11th, 2020May 11
Level 2 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' tripsDetails
On May 10 at 24.00 hours curfew in some regions of the country was canceled. The emergency regime source: https://thetimeshub.in/kyrgyzstan-on-may-11-will-cancel-the-restrictions-imposed-due-to-coronavirus/16897/
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May 11th, 2020May 11
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Requirements for workers entering Bishkek during lockdown: Citizens, who are employed by the sectors that have reopened, must carry a certificate of employment certified by the regional department of the State Tax Service located at the place of the organisation's registration. This must be received and stamped by 13 May. Individual entrepreneurs must carry a patent with them. https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/poyasneniya-otnositelno-razreshitelnykh-i-inykh-dokumentov-pri-vezde-v-bishkek-v-period-karantina
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May 16th, 2020May 16
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
Public transport remains closed until 25 May.
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May 16th, 2020May 16
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
Although the hidoctor.kg website no longer advertises ways on 'how to shield yourself' from Covid-19 on their homepage, the other official state resource - covid.kg - still provides information on how to avoid coronavirus and what symptoms to look out for. https://hidoctor.kg/ https://covid.kg/
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May 21st, 2020May 21
Level 2 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' tripsDetails
Some businesses are beginning to reopen. Among these are shoe and watch repair, assembly and repair of furniture, shopping centres (with the exception of play areas and food courts), clothing markets and shops, livestock markets, SPAs, and hotels. https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/kyrgyzstan/staying-during-coronavirus
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May 24th, 2020May 24
Level 1 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - public officials urging caution about Covid-19Details
Deputy Minister of Health has urged the population to stay at home during the holiday, observe the required distance, and not visit crowded places. He also stated that masks should be worn if indoors with other people. http://www.med.kg/ru/novosti/1589-zamministra-zdravookhraneniya-n-usenbaev-prizval-grazhdan-v-eti-prazdnichnye-dni-ostavatsya-doma-2.html
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May 25th, 2020May 25
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
From 25 May, public transport will resume its services to help people travel to work. However, due to the increased risk of coronavirus spread, the mandatory requirements are as follows: - Masks must be worn; - constant disinfection must occur; - there must be a limited number of passengers. https://www.gov.kg/ru/post/s/respublikalyk-shtab-betkap-dezinfektsiyaloo-koomduk-unaalarda-zhrgnchlrdn-chektelgen-sany-bul-katuu-kzmlg-zhana-baykoogo-alynuuchu-mildett-talaptar
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May 25th, 2020May 25
Level 2 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' tripsDetails
Clothing markets, cafes, restaurants, and cultural and educational institutions (theatres, museums, galleries, and libraries) are allowed to reopen from 25 May. In Bishkek, Cafes and restaurants must have less than 50 seats and tables must be 1.5-2m apart. Customers must wear masks. https://kg.akipress.org/news:1620264 https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/kyrgyzstan/staying-during-coronavirus
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Jun 3rd, 2020Jun 03
Level 3 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban arrivals from some regionsDetails
Kyrgyzstan will allow Chinese workers to come back to the country to complete work on scheduled projects: https://eurasianet.org/dashboard-coronavirus-in-eurasia-june-5-21
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Jun 20th, 2020Jun 20
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
All public transport in Bishkek and roads into and out of the city were shut down due to the new rise in COVID-19 cases. https://www.rferl.org/a/covid-19-kyrgyzstan-kazakhstan-tighten-restrictions-amid-rise-in-cases/30681365.html
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Jun 20th, 2020Jun 20
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
All public transport in Bishkek and roads into and out of the city were shut down due to the new rise in COVID-19 cases. https://www.rferl.org/a/covid-19-kyrgyzstan-kazakhstan-tighten-restrictions-amid-rise-in-cases/30681365.html
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Jun 27th, 2020Jun 27
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Inter-region public transportation is now also suspended. https://kg.usembassy.gov/covid-19-kyrgyzstan-update-2/
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Jul 1st, 2020Jul 01
Level 2 of 3
H2: Testing policy - testing of anyone showing Covid-19 symptomsDetails
"Due to a lack of capacity, testing is now being done only on those who are experiencing symptoms." https://kg.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
Bishkek: - Cafes and restaurants: these can operate only between 8:00 am - 8:00 pm. - Supermarkets and shopping centres: operate between 7:00 am - 7:00 pm - Markets: can operate from 6:00 am – 5:00 pm. Bars, nightclubs, playgrounds and bike rentals are closed. https://kg.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 4 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings of 10 people or lessDetails
Parks, squares, and other gathering places remain closed. https://kg.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/
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Jul 2nd, 2020Jul 02
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
Bishkek: "Public transport will run from 07:00-10:00 a.m. and from 5:00-9:00 p.m. only. Public transportation and taxi service will be suspended entirely on weekends." https://kg.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/
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Jul 10th, 2020Jul 10
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
From July 10, passenger traffic within the Issyk-Kul region will be suspended At a meeting of the regional operational headquarters, a decision was made to suspend interregional and intra-regional passenger traffic for 10 days. The activity of minibuses is allowed, having an agreement with tour operators. Taxi services must adhere to sanitary and epidemiological standards and not allow filling the car interior no more than 70% of the number of seats. Relevant structures will control the price policy of taxi services. The population is recommended to carry out disinfection measures in the surrounding areas. - Translated from Russian Note: The Kyrgz government updates it's covid-19 response on a Telegram account(similar to Twitter). Posts aren't available for archival. Link - https://t.me/s/RshKRCOV (scroll to 10-July)
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Jul 10th, 2020Jul 10
Level 2 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' tripsDetails
The directive says - "The Batken regional headquarters discussed the latest situation in the region and adopted a number of restrictions to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection. It is forbidden to go to rest in nature;" This is interpreted as a restriction towards leaving home for casual purposes. Link - https://t.me/s/RshKRCOV (scroll to 10-July)
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Jul 10th, 2020Jul 10
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
The Batken regional headquarters discussed the latest situation in the region and adopted a number of restrictions to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection. - From July 10, public transport and private taxis between Batken region and Bishkek, Osh and other regions will be stopped; ________________________ From July 10, passenger traffic within the Issyk-Kul region will be suspended At a meeting of the regional operational headquarters, a decision was made to suspend interregional and intra-regional passenger traffic for 10 days. - Translated from Russian Note: The Kyrgz government updates it's covid-19 response on a Telegram account(similar to Twitter). Posts aren't available for archival. Link - https://t.me/s/RshKRCOV (scroll to 10-July)
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Jul 10th, 2020Jul 10
Level 4 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban on all regions or total border closureDetails
All posts related to international travel involve repatriation of Kyrgz citizens from various places back to home country. Link - https://t.me/s/RshKRCOV
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Jul 22nd, 2020Jul 22
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
Jul 22nd, 2020Jul 22
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
Jul 22nd, 2020Jul 22
Level 2 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' tripsDetails
Jul 22nd, 2020Jul 22
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Jul 22nd, 2020Jul 22
Level 4 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban on all regions or total border closureDetails
Jul 22nd, 2020Jul 22
Level 1 of 2
H3: Contact tracing - limited contact tracing; not done for all casesDetails
Jul 31st, 2020Jul 31
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
No change.
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Jul 31st, 2020Jul 31
Level 4 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings of 10 people or lessDetails
No policy change.
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Jul 31st, 2020Jul 31
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
"Inter-regional public transport services are suspended. In Bishkek, public transport will only be available between 7am and 11am and 2pm to 11pm on weekdays. There will be no service during the weekends" "Intercity public transport is still suspended." https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/kyrgyzstan/staying-during-coronavirus
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Data is collected from public sources by a team of over one hundred Oxford University students and staff from every part of the world. Please note: not all countries are equally up to date; for certain countries, some indicators will be missing for some days.
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