Help will be received by households that spend less than 200 kWt on electricity
The number of infections has reached 297
The authorities of Abkhazia have belatedly acknowledged the appearance of the virus after a patient with COVID-19 was transferred to the hospital on the Georgian side.
11 more people have recovered
The head of the Russian Orthodox Church urges believers to refrain from attending church services
The new hospital in the Zugdidi region of Georgia will be used to retreat patients with COVID-19
The head of the local fighting club organized the procession on the day when a state of emergency was introduced in Abkhazia due to the COVID-19 epidemic
Armenia: 1st coronavirus death. Cases among health workers, soldiers, children. Media restrictions eased
As of March 26, there are 290 coronavirus cases, 18 have recovered
The Georgian government plans to purchase another 215,000 rapid tests
The Patriarchate also encourages people to stay home until they recover in case of illness
Russia has started bulk purchasing testing kits, intending to test tens of thousands of people daily. Experts are pessimistic
More than 1500 people with thalassemia may be left without vital blood transfusions
The Baku stage of the race was scheduled for 5-7 June, but has been postponed indefinitely
New rules will go into place for those who use and provide taxi services as well
Today, a meeting of the Synod took place, at which it was decided to leave the sacrament rite unchanged, despite the epidemic of the coronavirus.
Lessons and lectures will be held daily on public television, and will also be available on Youtube.
The Orthodox Church refuses to make any changes to its rituals and is fighting the virus by ringing the church bells. Catholic and Evangelical-Baptist churches have stopped using shared dishes
Abkhazia has no test kits, a critically small amount of specialized equipment, and a deficit of doctors. They are counting on help from international organizations and Russia
He served almost three years out of six, and the remaining term was suspended
In Abkhazia, there are no tests to check for coronavirus, and thus crossing points in the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict have been closed. Dozens of people have remained stranded without money
Six activists continue their hunger strike, around 400 people have come to support them, and they promise not to leave until the law is passed in parliament