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COVID-19 pandemic in Kyrgyzstan
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Confirmed cases by district as of 10 May 2020.
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationKyrgyzstan
Arrival date18 March 2020
(11 months, 1 week and 6 days)
OriginWuhan, Hubei, China
Confirmed cases13,101[1]
Recovered3,821[1]
Deaths
173[1]
Official website
covid.kg
med.kg

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached Kyrgyzstan in March 2020.

Background[edit source | edit]

On 12 January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a novel coronavirus was the cause of a respiratory illness in a cluster of people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, which was reported to the WHO on 31 December 2019.[2][3]

The case fatality ratio for COVID-19 has been much lower than SARS of 2003,[4][5] but the transmission has been significantly greater, with a significant total death toll.[6][4]

Timeline[edit source | edit]

Template:COVID-19 pandemic data/Kyrgyzstan medical cases chart

The Kyrgyz government has ordered the closure of Mosques for Friday prayer and has banned large gatherings

On 18 March 2020, the first three cases in the country were confirmed, after a citizen returned from Saudi Arabia according to the nation's health ministry, prior to the first reported case Kyrgyzstan closed its borders to foreigners. Kyrgyzstan, along with neighboring Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan have also taken measures to limit or ban large public gatherings, as well as banning Friday prayers at mosques.[7] The health ministry also confirmed that all three suspected COVID-19 carriers are currently in quarantine.[8] On the same day, the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan ruled that medical face masks being imported and exported from Kyrgyzstan would be exempt from value-added taxes.[9]

On 20 March 2020, three new cases were reported in Nookat District, Osh Region in southern Kyrgyzstan. Those infected had also recently returned from a religious pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia. A state of emergency was declared in the district.[10]

The government declared a one-month state of emergency starting 22 March 2020.[11] On the same day, all public transportation ceased operation in Bishkek, with exception of trolleybuses, as a precondition measure aimed at containing the spread of the virus in the capital.[12]

On 24 March 2020, the government issued a decree declaring the state of emergency from 25 March until 15 April in three major cities of Bishkek, Osh and Jalal-Abad, while local emergencies were declared in three provincial districts. In Bishkek, curfew was imposed from 20:00-07:00 local time, and checkpoints on the roads were established in and out of the city.[13][14]

Statistics[edit source | edit]

Active cases vs recovered&deaths

Active cases in hospital per day

New deaths


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New COVID-19 cases in Kyrgyzstan by region (v · d · e)
Source: Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic[15] Regions Cases[lower-alpha 1] Deaths[lower-alpha 1]
Active cases
Severe cases Medical staff cases Recovered Analysed samples
Date New Total Diff 7d avg New Total Diff Total
Intubated
Total % of all cases New Total Diff 7d avg Daily tested Total
Suspected
2020-03-12
2020-03-13 303
2020-03-14
2020-03-15
2020-03-16
2020-03-17
2020-03-18 3 3 3 300
2020-03-19 3 3 3 528
2020-03-20 3 3 3 6 100.0% 6 410
2020-03-21 3 8 1 6 12 100.0% 12 1
2020-03-22 2 3 8 1 2 14 16.7% 14 1
2020-03-23 2 5 8 1 2 16 14.3% 16 1
2020-03-24 2 20 19 1 26 42 162.5% 14 42 1
2020-03-25 4 20 19 1 2 44 4.8% 20 44 1 585
2020-03-26 4 20 19 1 44 25 44 6
2020-03-27 4 27 26 1 14 58 31.8% 33 58 1
2020-03-28 4 27 26 1 58 39 58
2020-03-29 7 8 3 24 40 1 1 26 84 44.8% 49 84
2020-03-30 7 8 3 24 50 1 1 10 94 11.9% 61 91 3 1459
2020-03-31 8 8 4 29 51 1 4 2 13 107 13.8% 70 104 3 1 3 1592
2020-04-01 8 8 5 29 54 1 4 2 4 111 3.7% 79 108 3 884 9128 1588
2020-04-02 8 10 5 30 54 3 4 2 5 116 4.5% 90 111 5 2 2 5 66.7% 1008 9618
2020-04-03 14 10 6 30 61 3 4 2 14 130 12.1% 100 1 124 4 1 8 6,2% 5 112 9730 1900
2020-04-04 15 12 6 35 67 3 4 2 14 144 10.8% 112 1 2 100% 136 6 1 9 6,3% 1 6 20.0% 321 10157 1666
2020-04-05 20 12 4 35 67 3 4 2 3 147 2.1% 121 2 136 5 2 9 6,1% 3 9 50.0% 5 1454
2020-04-06 25 14 5 80 80 4 5 3 69 216 46.9% 139 2 4 100% 202 5 2 9 4,2% 1 10 11.1% 6
2020-04-07 25 20 5 86 80 4 5 3 12 228 5.6% 156 4 201 10 19 8,3% 13 23 130.0% 9 1756
2020-04-08 35 33 7 97 81 4 10 3 42 270 18.4% 179 4 241 9 5 32 11,9% 2 25 8.7% 12 1097
2020-04-09 36 36 7 98 86 4 10 3 10 280 3.7% 202 4 246 10 5 34 12,1% 5 30 20.0% 15 15117
2020-04-10 42 36 15 98 89 4 10 4 18 298 6.4% 226 1 5 25% 254 8 5 39 13,1% 9 39 30.0% 20 1979 20575
2020-04-11 54 42 18 116 89 4 12 4 41 339 13.8% 254 5 290 9 5 51 15,0% 5 44 12.8% 26 2107 22682 1100
2020-04-12 59 54 21 119 89 4 25 6 38 377 11.2% 287 5 318 11 6 63 16,7% 10 54 22.7% 32 1674 24356 1025
2020-04-13 69 59 27 128 91 5 34 6 42 419 11.1% 316 5 347 11 6 79 18,9% 13 67 24.1% 40 753 24901 947
2020-04-14 77 59 28 128 93 5 34 6 11 430 2.6% 345 5 354 13 9 79 18,4% 4 71 6.0% 47 1019 26147 974
2020-04-15 82 71 28 130 93 5 34 6 19 449 4.4% 370 5 366 11 7 98 21,8% 7 78 9.9% 55 981 27033 902
2020-04-16 87 71 28 131 93 5 45 6 17 466 3.8% 397 5 370 11 4 98 21,0% 13 91 16.7% 63 985 27951 872
2020-04-17 102 73 28 135 93 5 45 8 23 489 4.9% 424 5 370 13 4 116 23,7% 23 114 25.3% 74 1133 29550 857
2020-04-18 102 74 28 140 93 5 56 8 17 506 3.5% 448 5 371 12 6 116 22,9% 16 130 14.0% 86 1850 30868 1075
2020-04-19 111 83 30 147 102 6 67 8 48 554 9.5% 473 5 416 16 9 134 24,2% 3 133 2.3% 98 770 31659 1000
2020-04-20 115 87 32 147 105 6 68 8 14 568 2.5% 495 2 7 40% 360 16 8 140 24,6% 68 201 51.1% 117 809 32974 862
2020-04-21 115 87 32 147 105 6 68 8 14 568 2.5% 495 7 367 12 5 147 24,9% 15 216 7.1% 138 1756 35072 714
2020-04-22 133 97 34 151 109 6 74 8 22 612 3.7% 541 7 351 12 5 157 25,7% 38 254 17.6% 163 1707 36081 682
2020-04-23 141 101 38 154 109 6 74 8 19 631 3.1% 564 1 8 14.3% 321 11 5 162 25,7% 48 302 18.9% 193 2125 39615 914
2020-04-24 147 104 42 157 109 6 83 8 25 656 4.0% 588 8 326 12 5 172 26.2% 20 322 6.6% 223 3925 43784 914
2020-04-25 151 108 43 157 109 6 83 8 9 665 1.4% 611 8 312 13 6 175 26.3% 23 345 7.1% 253 1871 43159 1354
2020-04-26 158 109 44 159 111 8 85 8 17 682 2.6% 629 8 304 13 6 180 26.4% 25 370 7.2% 287 45627 1183
2020-04-27 164 110 46 160 111 8 86 10 13 695 1.9% 647 8 292 12 7 183 26.3% 25 395 6.8% 315 46626 1044
2020-04-28 167 110 52 160 113 8 88 10 13 708 1.9% 664 8 284 12 6 185 26.1% 21 416 5.3% 343 1283 49484 1012
2020-04-29 180 110 52 161 113 9 94 10 21 729 3.0% 681 8 284 10 4 191 26.2% 21 437 5.0% 370 1795 50775 1000
2020-04-30 183 111 61 163 114 9 95 10 17 746 2.3% 697 8 276 12 6 195 26.1% 25 462 5.7% 392 51472 864
2020-05-01 188 111 61 166 114 10 96 10 10 756 1.3% 712 8 244 11 5 198 26.2% 42 504 9.1% 418 52748 874
2020-05-02 191 113 61 167 118 12 97 10 13 769 1.7% 726 8 234 11 5 200 26.0% 23 527 4.6% 444 53580 828
2020-05-03 205 113 70 169 118 13 97 10 26 795 3.4% 743 2 10 25.0% 221 11 5 207 26.0% 37 564 7.0% 472 55620 741
2020-05-04 231 113 72 169 123 14 98 10 35 830 4.4% 762 10 245 13 6 216 26.0% 11 575 2.0% 498 56488 908
2020-05-05 239 113 72 169 123 14 103 10 13 843 1.6% 781 1 11 10.0% 232 8 5 217 25.7% 25 600 4.3% 524 2370 58030 917
2020-05-06 255 113 74 169 129 18 103 10 28 871 3.3% 801 1 12 9.1% 245 7 4 221 25.4% 14 614 3.4% 549 1571 59490 675
...
2020-05-14 296 114 152 181 151 24 152 12 38 1082 3.6% 1063 12 335 7 5 248 22.9% 9 735 1.2% 731 2322 1534
2020-05-15 302 118 156 182 153 24 163 13 29 1111 2.7% 1079 2 14 16.7% 352 5 3 248 22.3% 10 745 1.4% 735 2010 75308 1532
...
2020-06-08 789 232 161 236 166 32 398 18 25 2032 1.2% 1938 1 23 4.5% 564 13 3 400 19.7% 20 1445 1.4% 1335 2359 2127
...
2020-06-16 1023 280 226 261 186 36 416 33 11 100 2472 4.2% 2 29 7.4% 596 32 6 474 19.2% 34 1847 1.9% 3624 1671
...
2020-07-10 4267 948 1708 634 555 229 630 301 86 511 9358 5.8% 6 122 5.2% 6102 104 24 1450 15.5% 81 3134 2.7% 2672
2020-07-11 .% .% .% .%
2020-07-12 .% .% .% .%
2020-07-13 .% .% .% .%
2020-07-14 .% .% .% .%
2020-07-15 .% .% .% .%
Date New Total Diff 7d avg New Total Diff
Active cases
Total
Intubated
Total % of all cases New Total Diff 7d avg Daily tested Total
Suspected
New COVID-19 cases in Kyrgyzstan by region (v · d · e)
Source: Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic[15] Regions Cases[lower-alpha 1] Deaths[lower-alpha 1] Severe cases Medical staff cases Recovered Analysed samples
Regions Total cases[lower-alpha 1] Total deaths[lower-alpha 1] Total severe cases Total recoveries[lower-alpha 1] Total analysed samples
Total cases[lower-alpha 1] 1023 280 226 261 186 36 416 33 11 2472

(45.9 per 100k pop)

(100 new)

29

(0.54 per 100k pop)

(2 new)

32

(5.4% of active cases) Currently intubated: 6

1847

(74.7% of all cases)

(34 new)

xxxxx

(xxxx per 100k pop)

Cases per 100k 101.0 99.3 28.6 26.1 16.6 8.4 169.6 7.1 4.4
Total deaths[lower-alpha 1] 8 3 4 9 1 4
Deaths per 100k 0.8 1.1 0.5 0.9 0.1 0.9
Active cases 334 79 30 50 22 5 46 19 11
%% 56.0% 13.3% 5.0% 8.4% 3.7% 0.8% 7.7% 3.2% 1.8%
Calculating on June 16, 2020.

Notes
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 Reported, confirmed cases. Actual case numbers may be higher.
1192 48.2% 16 55.2% Male Sex
1280 51.8% 13 44.8% Female
Unspecified
0-9 Age
10-19
20-29
1 3.4% 30-39
2 6.9% 40-49
8 27.6% 50-59
5 17.2% 60-69
7 24.1% 70-79
6 20.7% 80-89
90+
Unspecified

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