Xinhua News Agency, Tbilisi, February 15th – Comprehensive Xinhua News Agency reporter in Asia and Europe reported: On the 15th, the overall COVID-19 pandemic in Asia and Europe tended to stabilize, and some countries are accelerating the pace of vaccine procurement and vaccination.
According to the Russian pandemic Prevention Headquarters on the 15th, in the past 24 hours, there have been 14,207 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Russia, a total of 4086,090 confirmed cases, 80,520 deaths, and a total of 3607,036 cured cases.
The Russian Federal Consumer Rights Protection and Public Welfare Supervision Bureau issued a statement on the same day that the Central Institute of Epidemiology of the Bureau has developed and registered the world’s first kit that can detect mutant coronavirus strains found in the United Kingdom, with high detection accuracy.
According to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine on the 15th, in the past 24 hours, there have been 2,332 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ukraine, with a total of 1273,475 confirmed cases, 24,392 deaths and 111679 cured cases.
Since mid-January, the country has not rebounded rapidly in the new confirmed cases in a single day, and the overall situation of the pandemic has stabilized.
According to the data released by the Ministry of Health of Belarus on the 15th, 1,100 new cases have been confirmed in Belarus in the past 24 hours, with a total of 267,977 confirmed cases, 1,858 deaths and 255,029 cured cases.
According to the Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan on the 15th, 772 new confirmed cases were confirmed in Kazakhstan, with a total of 20,573 confirmed cases, 2,646 deaths and 185,205 cured cases.
With the gradual improvement of the pandemic situation in Kazakhstan, Almaty City decided on the 15th to relax some public pandemic prevention restrictions.
According to the news agency on the 15th, Kazakhstan has completed the domestic registration process of the Russian “satellite V” coronavirus vaccine, and the vaccine has been officially approved for market in Kazakhstan.
According to the data released by the Georgian government’s website for the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus pneumonia on the 15th, there were 165 new confirmed cases, a total of 265,722 confirmed cases, a total of 25832 cured cases and 3,363 deaths in the country.
As the pandemic situation eased, the government allowed restaurants and other catering institutions to resume open-air venues from the 15th, but it still needs to be closed on weekends.
Gabnia, the first deputy minister of the Ministry of Health, said on the 15th that in addition to ordering 1.4 million doses of vaccine from the World Health Organization-led COVID-19 Vaccine Implementation Plan, Georg will actively seek to order more than 2 million doses of vaccines from other sources.