State of Emergency Command Head Tigran Avinyan argued that the package of bills would raise the effectiveness of isolating those suspected of infection.
Since the Ashtarak Medical Center is a provincial medical facility, we called the Aragatzotn Provincial Governor's Office to report what we had encountered directly to the governor.
Armenian Deputy PM Tigran Avinyan said it’s likely that the government will require people who leave their homes to go to work to carry a document to that effect signed by their employer.
“As we proceed with this process, we will increase the number of tests, and our goal is to reduce restrictions gradually in line with this process,” Avinyan said at a Yerevan press conference today.
The Armenian government issued the following statement today.
The restriction, obligating residents to stay at home except for food purchases and other vital needs, was set to end today.
With fewer drivers on the roads, the retail price of gasoline in Armenia has dropped.
The Armenian parliament today, at a second reading, voted down a bill government bill permitting authorities to access personal data from people’s mobile telephones in an attempt to monitor the movement of individuals and thus halt the spread of the
Fifty more people in Armenia has tested positive for Covid-19, thus bringing the number to 532 as of March 30.
Workers at this polling station in Stepanakert, Artsakh, are seen handing out masks and gloves to voters casting their ballots for the country’s next president and parliament.
Voting for president and members of parliament is underway in Artsakh despite calls by many that the elections be postponed given the ongoing coronavirus crisis in the region.
A chess player herself, Caoili was awarded the title of Woman International Master (WIM) by the FIDE. She won the Oceania Women's Chess Championship in 2009 and competed in seven Women's Chess Olympiads.