Fight against COVID-19 in Kyrgyzstan considered ineffective

The Deputy Prime Minister was presented a report on the audit of the activities of state and local authorities to combat the epidemic.

On January 20, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan Artem Novikov took part in a meeting, where he was provided information on the work of the interdepartmental working group aimed at checking the activities of state bodies and local authorities to combat COVID-19. The members of the commission were dissatisfied with the work of the relevant bodies, as reported by the press office of the Kyrgyz Cabinet.

According to the information provided, the third treatment protocol was introduced on May 15, 2020, but the domestic pharmaceutical companies were able to receive an approved list of drugs for delivery to the country only on July 1, 2020.

As a result, pharmaceutical companies brought vital drugs for the treatment of coronavirus infection to the republic with a significant delay, which led to an acute shortage of drugs in the country and an increase in their prices.

Besides, the state authorities did not provide the commission with a detailed financial statement on the expenses of reorganizing and re-profiling hospitals, including the Semetey hospital.

20 янв 2021, 18:20
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