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Photo exhibition dedicated to victims of COVID-19 opened in Bishkek

by January 11, 2022 Health

photo exhibition dedicated to the victims of COVID-19 and the heroes of Black July has opened in Bishkek at the National Historical Museum.

According to the organizers, the exhibition encourages to take care of yourself and your loved ones and take a responsible approach to the issue of vaccination. “We want to once again thank all caring citizens who helped in this difficult time. And also, in order to avoid a repetition of these events, remind about the importance of security measures,”the organizers noted.

“Here are photos of medical workers who provided assistance to our citizens who fell ill with COVID-19. Everyone knows that for Bishkek, Black July 2020 was one of the most difficult periods of the pandemic. It was in this month that there were the highest mortality rates among both doctors and citizens. I would like to once again note the solidarity of our citizens, volunteers and the heroic feat of doctors who worked without rest at that time,” added Nurida Zhusupbekova, head of the department for organization of medical care and drug policy of the Ministry of Health of Kyrgyzstan.

The exhibition is open till January 13 at the National Historical Museum on the second floor from 10.00 to 16.00.

Source: Kyrgyz National News Agency