The Kazakh government has proposed starting a second lockdown from 5 July and maintaining it for at least two weeks, president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said, after a sharp rise in new cases.
Tokayev said on Twitter a special commission would review the plan on 2 July and then lay out its details.
Tokayev ordered his cabinet this week to urgently tighten the restrictions after the number of Covid-19 cases surged more than sevenfold following the lifting of the first lockdown in mid-May.
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