The Kyrgyz-Turkish Friendship Hospital is accepting patients with coronavirus. This was stated at a briefing by Deputy Minister of Health Nurbolot Usenbayev. According to him, the medical facility began to accept patients with moderate and moderate severe forms.

"It is designed for 72 beds, 12 of them are intensive care wards. Cardiologists, pulmonologists, and resuscitators are working there. In total, 35 medical workers are working. The hospital is new and equipped with all the necessities," he said.

The Kyrgyz-Turkish friendship hospital was transferred to Kyrgyzstan by the Turkish state for temporary use to combat the COVID-19 epidemic.