164 people in Nur-Sultan taken to police for going out for no reason
Photo: Kazpravda.kz/ Talgat Akhanov
For going out without a reason, 164 people were brought to the police in Nur-Sultan, Kazpravda.kz refers to the press service of the city akimat reporting.
From 00:00 on March 28 in the capital, exit from home is limited, except for buying groceries / medicines, receipt of medical services and employment of an organization whose activities are permitted. Minors are not allowed to walk out unaccompanied by adults.
Policemen patrol the city streets, in two days 164 people were delivered to the territorial police departments, and administrative protocols were drawn up for 68 violators of the state of emergency. Preventive talks were held with the rest. For security purposes and to reduce the spread of coronavirus infection, the police are asking citizens to stay at home and take all safety measures.
From March 30 to April 5, buses stop running in the capital, a non-working week is introduced, with the exception of the work of doctors, police officers and those who provide the city with vital functions. The Akimat of the capital provided hotels, transport and meals for doctors fighting coronavirus. For doctors working in clinics and hospitals, transportation is also organized. Transport is provided by CTS.