The government of Kazakhstan has allowed small businesses from may 4 to partly resume work after a stop since March 16, when the country introduced a state of emergency because of the coronavirus. The state of emergency was recently extended until may 11, reports “Interfax”.
In particular, Monday in the country will open all non-food shops up to 500 square meters. They are allowed to work until 17:00. Will also be able to open photography studios and flower stalls, real estate and law offices, will begin work notaries and advertising agencies.
By appointment will work as hairdressers, medical centres and dental clinics.
Will also operate microfinance organizations, insurance companies, pawnshops, exchange offices and companies of information and communication technologies. May 4-permitted sports training in the street.
This day in Kazakhstan to resume flights from Nur-Sultan and Almaty to Kyzylorda, Petropavlovsk, Ust-Kamenogorsk and Semey. Passengers will have to abide by social distance, that is, airlines will be able to put on Board less than usual clients.
The decision was taken on Wednesday by the state Commission on maintenance of a mode of state of emergency following the meeting chaired by Prime Minister Askar Mamin.
Earlier it was reported that from 1 may resume regular flights between Nur-Sultan and Alma-ATA.