Tajikistan: CoronaVirus Meter

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Total coronavirus cases graph of Tajikistan

Daily Trends of coronavirus cases in Tajikistan

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Tajikistan Mobility Trend

Avg Mobility Trend Vs. COVID19 Cases

According to the Mobility trend in Tajikistan since the outbreak of COVID19, an average of 3% change in mobility has been observed in residential areas and an average of -15% change in mobility in non residential activities such as retails, parks, driving, etc.

The Average Mobility trend is an average of multiple Mobility datasets presented by location and highlights the percentage change(from baseline) in visits to places like grocery stores, parks etc and mobility activities like walking and driving within a geographic area. The raw data is derived from Google and Apple.

Categorised Mobility Trends

Each category of mobility trend represents the change of percentage (from baseline) in visits to places like grocery stores, pharmacy, parks and mobility activities like walking & driving. The data representing Walking and driving trends are dericed from are Apple and rest of the data such as visits to park, grocery, pharma etc has been derived from Google.

Tajikistan has so far made 0 tests of which 13308 cases have been tested positive. Of the 13308 confirmed cases 90 deaths have been recorded, 13218 are recovered, 0 are critical and 0 cases are active and under treatment. On an average till now Tajikistan has seen 1378 cases per million, 9 deaths per million and done 0 tests per million.

World Coronavirus cases Timeline

Latest CoronaVirus News & Updates from Tajikistan

Tajikistan: No coronavirus cases in last 3 days
10d | aa.com.tr

Tajikistan registered no new cases of the coronavirus in the last three days, according to the country's Health Ministry on ...

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Tajikistan, Uzbekistan Resume Flights Suspended Last Year Due To Pandemic
4d | Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

Tajikistan and Uzbekistan have resumed air flights that were suspended in mid-March last year because of the impact of the ...

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Russian servicemen in Tajikistan receive first batch of coronavirus vaccine
22h | TASS

"First of all, medical workers of the 451st Russian military hospital, servicemen on combat duty, the command and forces on duty at the base will get the vaccine. Before the vaccination, the ...

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Central Asia vaccination plans underwhelm, but governments look unruffled
5d | Eurasianet

Governments in Central Asia are lagging behind in providing their populations with COVID-19 vaccinations, but there is little ...

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COVID-19 and Trump’s indifference helped human rights abusers in 2020
4d | Business New Europe

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic provided an opportunity for authoritarian governments around the world to erode human ...

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Meyer lemon prices up in Tajikistan due to COVID-19 sales
13d | FreshPlaza

The cause of this drastic change is the pandemic. The population of Tajikistan believes that vitamin C helps prevent, cure, or at least alleviate the course of coronavirus so they are willing to pay ...

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OUTLOOK 2021 Tajikistan
8d | Business New Europe

POLITICSThere was of course no surprise in the outcome of Tajikistan’s October 2020 wholly undemocratic election as the country’s authoritarian ...

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New SCO president, Tajikistan, pledges deeper cooperation
7d | China Daily

Tajikistan vowed to give priority to preventing the spread of the pandemic and eliminating its impact on the social and ...

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Key dates to remember for trade events in 2021
6d | Politico on MSN.com

Several dates are still tentative, while several events are already planned to be held virtually. The coronavirus pandemic ...

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Turkmenistan, Afghanistan open new infrastructure projects
5d | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The leaders of Turkmenistan and Afghanistan on Thursday launched three new infrastructure projects intended to boost economic ties between the two neighbors.

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Most of Uzbekistan’s population to be provided with COVID-19 vaccine
4d | Trend News Agency

According to Bloomberg calculations, the Uzbek authorities purchased vaccines for 110 percent of the population - 37 million ...

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Uzbekistan resumes work of customs post on border with Tajikistan
12d | Trend News Agency

Uzbekistan has opened one of the checkpoints on the border with Tajikistan, Trend reports referring to the State Customs ...

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EDB says its prepared to finance COVID-19 vaccine production in EEU states
10h | Business New Europe

The Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) is “prepared” to finance the development of coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine production in the Eurasian ...

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Sense Data Shows Americans Paid Higher Electricity Bills in 2020, Impacted by Covid-19 Restrictions, Wildfires and Heat Waves
10h | Le Lézard

Based on an analysis of anonymized energy data in more than 5200 homes that have the Sense home energy monitor, Sense (sense.com) found that, since Covid-19, average electrical usage increased 9.3% ...

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Pakistani passport still fourth-worst for international travel in 2021
11d | Geo News

Henley Passport Index releases new rankings for world's weakest and strongest passports amid coronavirus pandemic ...

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National Olympic Committee of Tajikistan boosts Tokyo 2020 hopefuls with funding pledge
12d | Inside The Games

The National Olympic Committee of Tajikistan (NOCT) has agreed to financially support 15 athletes in their bid to qualify for ...

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ADB appoints Kazakh national Eugene Zhukov as director general of Central and West Asia Regional Department
7h | Business New Europe

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) last week appointed a Kazakh national, Eugene Zhukov, as director general of its Central and West Asia Regional ...

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Central banks cut interest rates 207 times in 2020
1d | Timeturk

Central banks across the globe drew the interest weapon 207 times while institutions and organizations pulled out all the ...

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Majlis Podcast: How Central Asia Dealt With COVID-19 In 2020 And What's Coming In 2021
9d | Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

The responses from the five Central Asian countries differed, with some releasing statistics that showed they were facing a ...

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Key dates to remember for trade events in 2021
6d | Politico on MSN.com

Several dates are still tentative, while several events are already planned to be held virtually. The coronavirus pandemic ...

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More than 600 journalists died from Covid-19 in ten months in 2020
8d | The Financial

More than 600 journalists died of Covid-19 in 59 countries in ten months in 2020, that is to say 60 per month, or two per day ...

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Uzbekistan’s fuel export to Tajikistan increases in 2020
14h | Trend News Agency

Kazakhstan multifold decreases export of petroleum oils to Italy amid COVID-19 Oil&Gas 17:41 ...

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WHO struggling to secure vaccines for ‘needy’ countries
10d | independent.co.ug

Uganda on list of 92 countries to benefit from COVAX AMC In July the GAVI Board agreed on the 92 economies that will be ...

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Key dates to remember for trade events in 2021
6d | Politico on MSN.com

Several dates are still tentative, while several events are already planned to be held virtually. The coronavirus pandemic ...

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Central Asian countries fail to boost climate ambitions
13d | The Third Pole

With the exception of Kazakhstan, Central Asian countries did not take the opportunity to ramp up their emissions reduction ...

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QRCS provides socioeconomic support for COVID-19 victims in Montenegro
9d | ReliefWeb

English News and Press Release on Montenegro about Health and Epidemic; published on 10 Jan 2021 by Qatar Red Crescent ...

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Henley and Partners Passport Index 2021: India ranked at 85th position, Pakistan amongst the worst
4d | Rojgar Samachar

Henley and Partners Passport Index 2021 released a list of world's most powerful passports on 5 January 2021. Japan topped ...

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QRCS assists Covid-19 efforts in Montenegro
8d | The Peninsula

Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has concluded a project to address the socioeconomic consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak in Montenegro, in order to reduce the impact on the wellbeing of the ...

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Turkmenistan, Afghanistan open new infrastructure projects
5d | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The leaders of Turkmenistan and Afghanistan on Thursday launched three new infrastructure projects intended to boost economic ties between the two neighbors.

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QRCS provides support for Covid victims in Montenegro
9d | Gulf Times

Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has concluded a project to address the socioeconomic consequences of the Covid-19 outbreak ...

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