II Republican Congress of Infectious Diseases “Infectious Diseases in the Context of Globalization: Challenges and Solutions”

07.10.2021

The normal functioning of the immune system, which is formed already in the womb and at an early stage of human life, contributes to the development of the body’s resistance to infectious and non-infectious diseases. With the spread of new infections, including COVID-19, evidence-based therapeutic and prophylactic therapies have been and are being carried out. Vaccine prophylaxis is one of the effective measures to combat viruses. Vaccination is very important today during the COVID-19 pandemic.

These and other issues regarding the new coronavirus are discussed at the II Republican Congress of Infectious Diseases with international participation “Infectious Diseases in the Context of Globalization: Challenges and Solutions”.

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The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana Medical University and the Society of Infectious Diseases Physicians jointly organized the two-day event.

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The congress brought together infectiologists, immunologists, allergists, resuscitators and other health professionals. Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan Ye. Tugzhanov, Deputy of the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan A. Alnazarova and Minister of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan A. Tsoy opened the event with welcoming words and noted the relevance of the Congress related to the current epidemiological situation in the country and the world as a whole.

We thank the Chair of Pediatric Infectious Diseases for organizing such a large-scale event. We wish the participants and organizers of the event good luck and fruitful discussion.

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