A new international study suggests that suspending routine immunization during a pandemic could save one person from dying from COVID-19, but would lead to 84 children dying from vaccine-preventable diseases.
On 27 September, over 700 citizens of our country were brought to Uzbekistan by buses from the Samara region.
The European Union provided more than 2 million euros for a project focused on effective, rapid, and coordinated response to COVID-19 in Uzbekistan.
On 27 September, 448 cases of coronavirus were registered in Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan expressed extreme concern due to the escalation of tensions between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Armenia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan said in a statement.
On 26 September 2020, a high-level international video conference on the topic: "Expanding cooperation in the framework of poverty reduction" was held, which was organized by the Government of the PRC together with the UN Secretariat.
Uzbekiston Temir Yollari Joint Stock Company has implemented the project “Construction and equipping of a complex of buildings of a secondary school for 630 students in Spitamen district of Sughd region of the Republic of Tajikistan”.
The Republican Center for Seismic Prognostic Monitoring of the Ministry of Emergency Situations reported that on 27 September 2020 at 13:49 Tashkent time, an earthquake occurred in Uzbekistan.