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Azerbaijan reduces quarantine period for coronavirus infection

23.01.2022 95 просмотров

At the same time, health workers urged citizens to observe sanitary and hygienic rules and get vaccinated.


The quarantine period for coronavirus infection in Azerbaijan has been reduced from 14 days to one week since January 24. This was stated in a joint statement by the Ministry of Health and the Association for the Management of Medical Territorial Units of Azerbaijan on Saturday. who were in close contact with them, from January 24, reduced from 14 to seven days," the text says. At the same time, health workers urged citizens to strictly observe sanitary and hygienic rules and get vaccinated.

The first case of coronavirus infection in Azerbaijan was detected on February 28, 2020. Since that time, several peaks of the incidence have been recorded, the last one in early November last year. In December, the number of infections began to decline. According to the latest data, during the pandemic, 630,420 cases of infection were confirmed in Azerbaijan, 611,156 people recovered, 8,581 patients died from complications.

Vaccination of the population against coronavirus in Azerbaijan began on January 18 last year. According to the operational headquarters under the government, about 11.8 million vaccinations have been made. At the same time, in the republic, whose population is 10 million people, more than 5.2 million people received both doses of the vaccine. Over 1.8 million people have been vaccinated with the booster dose.

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