Legal Alert: Pharma Sector – Food, Drugs, Healthcare, Life Sciences – Kazakhstan – Mondaq

Legal Alert: Pharma Sector – Food, Drugs, Healthcare, Life Sciences – Kazakhstan – Mondaq

Mondaq uses cookies on this website. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies as set out in our Privacy Policy.
We hereby inform you of the changes to the healthcare legislation in Kazakhstan as of March, 2022:
1. Decree No. 16 of the Chief State Sanitary Doctor of the RK dated 25 March 2022 “On measures to prevent coronavirus infection in the Republic of Kazakhstan” cancelled the mask regime in buildings, except for medical organisations. 
2. Decree No. 14 of the Chief State Sanitary Doctor of the Kazakhstan Republic dated 14 March 2022 amended the conditions of Project Ashyq. Thus, for facilities participating in Project Ashyq, working hours were set without time restrictions on weekdays and weekends, and the mandatory use of the Ashyq application was cancelled in regions located according to the epidemiological situation assessment matrix in the “green” and “yellow” zones.
3. The Chief State Sanitary Doctor`s Decree No. 18 cancelled the mask regime in educational organisations of all forms of ownership and departmental affiliation the requirements for compliance with the classroom system of education. 
4. The list of countries whose vaccination passports are recognised as valid in Kazakhstan has been expanded pursuant to Decree No. 15 of the Chief State Sanitary Inspector dated 18 March 2022. Thus, passports issued in the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Kingdom of Spain  and the Republic of Uzbekistan are valid in Kazakhstan.
5. Decree No. 17 of the Chief State Sanitary Inspector of Kazakhstan dated 25 March 2022 made several amendments and additions to Decree No. 2 of the Chief State Sanitary Inspector of Kazakhstan dated 13 January 2022:
6. Appendix 2 to the Order of the Health Minister dated 20 August 2021 “On defining the list of medicinal products and medical devices to be procured from the Single Distributor” was amended by the Health Minister Order of 26 March 2022. The list of medical devices procured from the single distributor was supplemented with pharmaceuticals.
The Appendix 2 is effective on 10 April 2022.
7. The Order of the Health Minister of 15 March approved the standard of paediatric care in Kazakhstan, as well as the Order of 24 March approved the standard of medical care in hospital conditions in Kazakhstan.
The Orders are effective on 8 April and 10 April 2022.
The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter. Specialist advice should be sought about your specific circumstances.
  © Mondaq® Ltd 1994 – 2022. All Rights Reserved.

Passwords are Case Sensitive

Forgot your password?
Free, unlimited access to more than half a million articles (one-article limit removed) from the diverse perspectives of 5,000 leading law, accountancy and advisory firms
Articles tailored to your interests and optional alerts about important changes
Receive priority invitations to relevant webinars and events
You’ll only need to do it once, and readership information is just for authors and is never sold to third parties.
We need this to enable us to match you with other users from the same organisation. It is also part of the information that we share to our content providers (“Contributors”) who contribute Content for free for your use.

source


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.