Armenia Might Require Citizens to Show Proof of Vaccination Before Entering Restaurants, Public Spaces
Armenian Minster of Health Anahit Avanesyan today announced that her office is drafting a bill that would require individuals to show proof of vaccination or a negative coronavirus test to enter restaurants, cafes, concerts and other public spaces in the country starting on January 1.
Avanesyan, at a press conference today in Yerevan, did not say how the new regulation, if approved, would be enforced or whether business owners will have to check whether customers have the required papers.
189 new coronavirus cases were registered yesterday out of the 4,172 people tested.
21 died from Covid-19 overnight, raising the death toll to 7,535.