Yerevan: Medical Treatment Continues for 31 Injured in Today's Protests
Armenia’s Ministry of Health reports that as of 7pm local time 31 people injured during today’s civil unrest continue to receive medical treatment.
The ministry says that 46 individuals, including six police officers, sought medical help today.
Acting Minister of Health Levon Altounyan visited the Surb Grigor Lusavorich Medical Center and inquired about the treatment being provided to the injured.
Earlier, the ministry released a statement that most of the injuries sustained were to the hands and feet.
One police officer underwent an operation for a torn artery and is now in a hospital resuscitation ward.