At least 1,714 people are currently receiving treatment for coronavirus in Kyrgyzstan. The Republican Emergency Response Center provided such data.
At least 1,017 patients of them are treated at home, in hospitals — 697.
Including 33 people are in an extremely serious condition, 219 — in a serious condition. The condition of the main part of the patients (442 people, or 63.4 percent) is assessed as moderate. Only three people are in satisfactory condition.
At least 155 people have recovered from COVID-19 and community-acquired pneumonia for 24 hours in Kyrgyzstan. Some 58 people have recovered in Bishkek, in Chui region — 46, in Osh region — 13, in Talas region — 1, in Naryn region — 2, in Issyk-Kul region — 19, in Jalal-Abad region — 11, in Batken region — 3.
In total, 79,664 people have recovered in the republic since March.
The Ministry of Health of Kyrgyzstan has combined statistics after the WHO assigned the code U07.1 to the laboratory-confirmed coronavirus in the international classification of diseases, and the code U07.2 — to community-acquired pneumonia, and it is considered as manifestation of the virus.