ON MEASURES FOR THE PREVENTION AND LIQUIDATION OF EMERGENCY SITUATIONS
In Kyzylorda region, 475 natural and man-made emergencies were registered, compared with 2018 it increased by 11.8% (2018-425). The number of victims increased by 2 times (2018 - 88, 2019 – 178 people). The death toll has more than doubled (2018 -11, 2019 -24 people). Material damage amounted to 40.7 million (2018 - 29.0) increased by 40%.
In order to prevent the threat of flooding along the river, 26 hazardous areas with a total length of 22.9 km were identified. According to the results of nine months, repair and restoration work was completed at 20 sites.
Work is underway in other areas.
In addition, in order to comply with fire safety during the heating season in the region, a list of large and low-income families in need of 1 525 families, including 1 000 families, has been compiled, due to the high fire hazard, it is planned to install autonomous carbon dioxide sensors.
Also, in order to prevent “Congo-Crimean hemorrhagic fever” in 123 settlements of 7 districts and Kyzylorda city, in accordance with the approved schedule, spring pest control works began on April 8 and completed on June 12.
For reference: Aral-26, Kazaly-12, Karmakshy - 15, Zhalagash - 12, Syrdarya - 11, Shieli - 17, Zhanakorgan - 20, Kyzylorda - 10.
The average efficiency of pest control in the region was 97.1%.
A total of 123 settlements have 488 070 livestock (cattle 169 101, small livestock 300 458, camels 17 699, pigs 812), 32 512 livestock yards with an area of 2 042 998 square meters and 1 192 watering places with an area of 680 048 square meters. A solution of creolin X is used.
In general, to date, autumn disinfection work has been completed in Aral, Kazaly, Karmakshy, Zhalagash, and Syrdarya district. Work continues in Kyzylorda city, Zhanakorgan and Shieli districts.
According to the results of 9 months in the region, 19 people were registered with suspicion of “Congo-Crimean hemorrhagic fever”, of which 8 were confirmed by laboratory tests, 1 person died.
Updated date: 12-10-2019 11:29