One more officially confirmed coronavirus-linked death was reported in Tajikistan yesterday, bringing a total number of the coronavirus-linked deaths officially confirmed in the country since June 21, 2021 to thirty-four.

Thus, a total number of the officially confirmed coronavirus-linked deaths in Tajikistan has reached 124 since April 30, 2020, when the infection index cases were officially confirmed in Dushanbe and Khujand.

Fifty-four new cases of COVID 19 have been officially confirmed in Tajikistan as of the morning of August 17, bringing a total number of COVID-19 cases officially reported in the country since June 21 to 2,795.

Thus, the total number of the officially confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection in Tajikistan has reached 16,175 since April 30, 2020, when its index cases were confirmed in the country.   

The Ministry of Health and Social Protection of the Population (MoHSPP) says 15,756 COVID-19 patients have reportedly recovered in the country since April 30, 2020. 

Meanwhile, according to unofficial data, the number of affected persons and deaths is in the thousands, because there are more infections, and the disease has become more severe. 

The COVID-19 pandemic in Tajikistan is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).  The virus was confirmed to have spread to Tajikistan when its index cases, in Dushanbe and Khujand, were confirmed on 30 April 2020.  

By January 13, 2021, it was reported by the government that all cases had either recovered or died, leaving the country free of COVID-19 for the first time since April 2020.  However, after five months and twenty-one days, Tajikistan officially confirmed 63 new COVID-19 cases and one coronavirus-linked death on June 21.    

The coronavirus COVID-19 is reportedly affecting 220 countries and territories.  According to COVID-19 data provided by Worldometer, coronavirus cases around the globe have been reported at 208,713,930 since China reported its first cases to the World Health Organization (WHO) in December 2019.  Of them, 187,103,804 have recovered and 4,383,937 have died.