A humanitarian cargo with 20 tonnes of medical supplies arrived in Uzbekistan from China, the Dunyo news agency reported with reference to the Press Service of the Ministry of Defense.
According to the data received, rumors are circulating on social networks and among Russian citizens in Uzbekistan about allegedly planned charter flights to Uzbekistan in the coming days. Fraudsters have begun “collecting” data about those who wish to return and compile “lists” of passengers.
During the inspections in makhallas, shops, as well as during round-the-clock three-shift patrols by police officers together with the National Guard military personnel, inspectors of prevention revealed 2104 people who did not have a medical mask, 46 people violated the regime of home quarantine and left the house without permission.
On Monday morning the project “online school” was launched on a test basis, aimed at distance learning of students of the secondary schools.
Created on 15 January 2020, the special headquarters of the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Beijing, with the assistance of which about 2.5 thousand of our compatriots returned to their homeland, continues to maintain constant contact with fellow citizens in China. At the same time, Uzbek students who apply to Headquarters for assistance in a timely manner are provided with consular legal, moral, psychological and other assistance.
An order “On approval of the Regulation on the temporary procedure for transferring workers to work remotely, according to a flexible work schedule or at home during the period of quarantine measures” passed state registration at the Ministry of Justice.
To date, the number of cases of coronavirus infection in Uzbekistan reached 145 people.
To date, the number of cases of coronavirus infection in Uzbekistan has increased by 11 and made up 144 people.