UZBEKISTAN

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UZBEKISTAN

32,465

Total Cases

210

Total Deaths

25,106

Total Recovered

7,149

Total Active Cases

+6

New Deaths

+718

New Cases


via thepitchkc08/12/2020

An interview with Hiding in Plain Sight author Sarah Kendzior - Kansas City Pitch

Sarah Kendzior protesting at the St. Louis Arch. // Photo courtesy of Sarah Kendzior. Sometimes it’s tempting to wonder if Sarah Kendzior’s observations about the current state of America might not have happened if she had found a better travel agent. She was in New York on 9/11 and was in St. Louis during the uprising after Michael Brown’s death...

via koreaherald08/12/2020

Lotteria franchise store new cluster of COVID-19 infections - The Korea Herald

South Korea continues to grapple with sporadic COVID-19 outbreaks linked to small gatherings at churches, cafes and restaurants as the country reported 54 new infections Wednesday. According to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 35 of the new cases were locally transmitted -- 13 in Seoul, 19 in the surrounding Gyeonggi Province and three in Busan. The remaining 19 were imported. The total caseloa...

via menafn08/11/2020

Uzbekistan registers over 700 new COVID-19 cases - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 11

By Ilkin Seyfaddini - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Uzbekistan increased by 725 to 31,545, Trend reports with reference to the Ministry of Health.

To date, 22,992 patients have fully recovered in the country, while 202 have died.

Special Republican Commission for the preparation of

via jamestown.org08/10/2020

Pandemic Politics in Central Asia - Jamestown - The Jamestown Foundation

Central Asia is suffering a significant economic downturn precipitated by the COVID-19 pandemic that will deepen during the coming months (The Astana Times, May 5; Imf.org, July 2020). The health crisis could also have a profound geopolitical effect in the region. As the United States and the European Union remain preoccupied with their own pandemic challenges, China and Russia may …


via menafn08/08/2020

Uzbekistan's COVID-19 cases nearing 30000 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 8

By Ilkin Seyfaddini - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Uzbekistan increased by 686 to 29,495, Trend reports with reference to the Ministry of Health.

To date, 20,380 patients have fully recovered in the country, while 185 have died.

Special Republican Commission for the preparation of a

via koreaherald08/06/2020

Mask-wearing key to antivirus fight even after vaccine arrives: KCDC - The Korea Herald

Even after a vaccine is developed, there will be no immediate change to antivirus rules, as people will still have to wear masks and maintain social distancing, health authorities said Thursday.   “At this point, what I want to stress is that after a safe vaccine is secured sufficiently and administered safely, there will be a no change in everyday quarantine,” KCDC Deputy Director Kwon Jun-wook said at...

via ctpost08/03/2020

List 4/4 of sports events affected by coronavirus pandemic - CT Post

SOFTBALL Men's World Cup in Auckland, New Zealand from Feb. 20-28, 2021 postponed to Feb. 19-27, 2022. SUMO Spring Basho in Osaka from March 8-22, no spectators. Summer Basho in Tokyo from May 10-24 postponed to May 24-June 7, canceled. Nagoya Basho from July 5-19 moved to Tokyo from July 19-Aug. 2. SURFING World Surfing Games in El Salvador from May 9-17 postponed to June 6-14 postponed to May 8-16, 2021. TABLE TENNIS World team championships in Busan, South Korea from March 22-29 postponed to June 21-28 postponed to Sept. 27-Oct. 4 postponed to Feb. 28-March 7, 2021. World championships in Houston from June 17-26, 2021 postponed. Asian Cup in Hainan, China from Feb. 28-March 1 postponed. Polish Open in Gliwice from March 11-15, from March 13, Day 3 of 5, suspended. Italian Open in Riccione from April 1-5 postponed. Caribbean championships in Havana from April 3-8 suspended. Asian Olympic qualifying tournament in Bangkok from April 6-12 postponed to 2021. European Olympic qualifying tournament in Moscow from April 8-12 postponed to 2021. Latin American Olympic qualifying tournament in Rosario, Argentina from April 15-19 postponed to 2021. Oceania Olympic qualifying tournament in Brisbane, Australia from April 19-20 postponed to 2021. Japan Open in Kitakyushu on April 21-26 canceled. Slovenia Open in Otocec from April 22-26 postponed. Hong Kong Open from May 5-10 postponed. South American championships in Cucuta, Colombia from May 6-10 suspended. Central American championships in San Jose, Costa Rica from May 12-16 suspended. China Open in Shenzhen from May 12-17 postponed. South Korea Open in Busan on June 16-21 suspended. Australian Open in Geelong on June 23-28...

via arabnews08/12/2020

How postponing Asia World Cup qualifiers affects Saudi Arabia's plans - Arab News

LONDON: Saudi Arabia’s qualification plans for the 2022 World Cup were hit again on Wednesday as the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) postponed qualifiers that were scheduled in October and November to 2021. However, the decision could boost the Champions League hopes of the country’s clubs. With the coronavirus pandemic still active around the world, Saudi Arabia’s games

via menafn08/12/2020

Uzbekistan confirms 670 more COVID-19 cases - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 12

By Ilkin Seyfaddini - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Uzbekistan increased by 670 to 32,215, Trend reports with reference to the Ministry of Health.

To date, 24,090 patients have fully recovered in the country, while 208 have died.

Special Republican Commission for the preparation of


via homelandprepnews08/10/2020

Senators introduced bill to help veterans deployed at K2 in Uzbekistan - Homeland Preparedness News

Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), and Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) introduced a bill designed to help veterans who served at Karshi Khanabad (K2) Airbase in Uzbekistan to obtain the health screenings and services they need. According to a U.S. … Read More »

via menafn08/10/2020

Uzbekistan reveals its COVID-19 data for August 10 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 10

By Ilkin Seyfaddini - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Uzbekistan increased to 30,820, Trend reports with reference to the Ministry of Health.

To date, 22,042 patients have fully recovered in the country, while 196 have died.

Special Republican Commission for the preparation of a progr

via menafn08/07/2020

Uzbekistan reveals its COVID-19 data for August 7 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 7

By Ilkin Seyfaddini - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Uzbekistan increased by 740 to 28,809, Trend reports with reference to the Ministry of Health.

To date, 19,587 patients have fully recovered in the country, while 179 have died.

Special Republican Commission for the preparation of a

via menafn08/05/2020

Uzbekistan reveals its COVID-19 data for August 5 - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 5

By Ilkin Seyfaddini - Trend:

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Uzbekistan increased by 497 to 27,047, Trend reports with reference to the Ministry of Health.

To date, 18,051 patients have fully recovered in the country, while 165 have died.

Special Republican Commission for the preparation of a

via sfgate08/03/2020

List 4/4 of sports events affected by coronavirus pandemic - SFGate

SOFTBALL Men's World Cup in Auckland, New Zealand from Feb. 20-28, 2021 postponed to Feb. 19-27, 2022. SUMO Spring Basho in Osaka from March 8-22, no spectators. Summer Basho in Tokyo from May 10-24 postponed to May 24-June 7, canceled. Nagoya Basho from July 5-19 moved to Tokyo from July 19-Aug. 2. SURFING World Surfing Games in El Salvador from May 9-17 postponed to June 6-14 postponed to May 8-16, 2021. TABLE TENNIS World team championships in Busan, South Korea from March 22-29 postponed to June 21-28 postponed to Sept. 27-Oct. 4 postponed to Feb. 28-March 7, 2021. World championships in Houston from June 17-26, 2021 postponed. Asian Cup in Hainan, China from Feb. 28-March 1 postponed. Polish Open in Gliwice from March 11-15, from March 13, Day 3 of 5, suspended. Italian Open in Riccione from April 1-5 postponed. Caribbean championships in Havana from April 3-8 suspended. Asian Olympic qualifying tournament in Bangkok from April 6-12 postponed to 2021. European Olympic qualifying tournament in Moscow from April 8-12 postponed to 2021. Latin American Olympic qualifying tournament in Rosario, Argentina from April 15-19 postponed to 2021. Oceania Olympic qualifying tournament in Brisbane, Australia from April 19-20 postponed to 2021. Japan Open in Kitakyushu on April 21-26 canceled. Slovenia Open in Otocec from April 22-26 postponed. Hong Kong Open from May 5-10 postponed. South American championships in Cucuta, Colombia from May 6-10 suspended. Central American championships in San Jose, Costa Rica from May 12-16 suspended. China Open in Shenzhen from May 12-17 postponed. South Korea Open in Busan on June 16-21 suspended. Australian Open in Geelong on June 23-28...


via menafn08/11/2020

Key foreign policy priorities of renewed Uzbekistan - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 11

Trend:

Committed to the development of mutually beneficial relations with all foreign partners, Uzbekistan concentrates its main foreign policy efforts on the most important areas identified in the Strategy of Actions for five priority areas of development of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2017-2021.

This docume

via pattayamail08/11/2020

Thai workers in Uzbekistan to be repatriated - Pattaya Mail

The Thai government is now organizing a repatriation flight for 94 Thai workers in Uzbekistan, who have expressed their gratitude for this assistance from the government. The workers are scheduled to arrive back in Thailand on Thursday. The Ministry of Labour Permanent Secretary Suthi Sukosol says the 94 overseas Thai workers in Uzbekistan, who have […]

via menafn08/10/2020

WHO delivers another shipment of humanitarian aid to Uzbekistan - MENAFN.COM

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 10

By Ilkin Seyfaddini - Trend:

The World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Europe with the assistance of the WHO office in Uzbekistan delivered another batch of humanitarian cargo to the country, Trend reports citing UzDaily News Agency.

The aid was purchased by WHO headquarters through the Global Fun

via koreaherald08/10/2020

New daily virus cases fall below 30 as church-linked infections again loom larger - The Korea Herald

South Korea's new coronavirus infections fell below 30 on Monday as imported cases slowed, but church-traced infections continued to strain the country's anti-virus fight. The country identified an additional 28 virus cases, including 17 local infections, raising the total caseload to 14,626, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC). It marked a slight drop from the 36 new virus case...

via emerging-europe08/06/2020

Covid-19 may lead to long-term human development crisis in Central Asia - Emerging Europe

The World Bank has warned that the Covid-19 pandemic could have a detrimental and long-lasting impact on education and human capital, economic and social development in Central Asia, where schoolchildren and students make up nearly half of the overall population. At an online briefing held for regional media, experts, academia, and development community in the […]

via iwpr.net08/04/2020

Prominent Kyrgyz Rights Defender Dies in Prison - Institute for War and Peace Reporting

Activists in Kyrgyzstan have pledged to campaign for a posthumous review into the life sentence handed to a prominent human rights defender who has died in prison of coronavirus. Journalist Azimzhan Askarov, who pleaded not guilty to charges relating to the 2010 outbreak of ethnic conflict in Osh, southern Kyrgyzstan, died on July 25 in penal colony No 47. The State Service