Ex-Speaker of Kyrgyz Parliament dies from COVID 19

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The former speaker of the Kyrgyz Parliament, who died of coronavirus, was buried on May 25 at the Ala-Archa cemetery, the press service of the President of Kyrgyzstan reported on May 25.

The republican headquarters for the coronavirus of Kyrgyzstan said on May 24 the ex-speaker of the Jogorku Kenesh (Parliament Senate), Mukar Cholponbaev, died at the age of 70 from coronavirus complications in the Republican Clinical Infectious Diseases Hospital.

The republican headquarters for the coronavirus noted that in addition to coronavirus, he had a number of complications: bilateral pneumonia, respiratory failure, and others. He also had concomitant diseases of the heart, kidneys and blood vessels.

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“Cholponbaev was taken to the hospital on May 5. Due to poor health, he was transferred to intensive care, and today at 12:10, despite intensive care measures, he died,” the report said.

To date, 1,403 cases of coronavirus infection have been reported in Kyrgyzstan. 14 people have died.

On May 10 at 24:00 the state of emergency ended in Kyrgyzstan. Instead, quarantine was introduced in Bishkek, Osh, At-Bashinsky district, and the rural district of Kanysh-Kya, Chatkal district. The curfew has been canceled, but movement restrictions apply.

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