Akimat of the capital city organized transport for non-resident patients discharged from hospitals

Akimat of the capital city organized transport for residents of other cities who had been under quarantine in Nur-Sultan for 14 days. All citizens had arrived from abroad. The official website of the capital akimat reports that coronavirus was not detected in their cases; now they are sent home – to Almaty, Pavlodar, Petropavlovsk, Karaganda and other cities,. “On March 24, we flew from Dubai, on the same day we were placed under quarantine at Ramada Plaza Hotel. They checked us thoroughly – during the 14 days of our stay we underwent medical tests several times. The medical staff was very responsible, ”Aigerim Orazalina, a resident of Pavlodar, says. Karaganda resident Irina Lekhman arrived in Nur-Sultan from Germany.

For the first two days she together with other passengers were also put in Ramada Plaza Hotel, the following days the woman spent under quarantine in the hospital. “While being under quarantine, we had our samples taken several times, they all were negative. I would like to express my gratitude to the medical personnel. Good conditions, in particular meal, are worth noting, ”Irina Lehman says. Kazakhstan citizens from other cities, who had been under quarantine, also thanked the Akimat of the capital city for organizing their transportation home.



Source: official site of Nur-Sultan city http://astana.gov.kz/ru/news/news/22245

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