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Coronavirus, updated. 25-27 April, 2020

  • Statistics: sick, dead, recovered - Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia

  • Another death in Azerbaijan, 33 new cases

  • Outbreak in North Ossetia - 148 cases in one day

  • Russia overtakes China in the number of cases of coronavirus

  • Another death in Armenia, 62 new cases

  • 11 new cases in Georgia, a total of 496

  • Azerbaijan, some restrictions rolled back

  • Georgia lifting some COVID-19 restrictions

  • Georgia: 19 medics infected in Tetritskaro in the Kvemo Kartli region, the city is quarantined

  • In Dagestan, dozens have died of pneumonia, hundreds fallen ill, but the cases are not included into COVID-19 stats

  • Statistics: sick, dead, recovered - Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia

  • 28 new cases in Azerbaijan, a total of 1,645

  • 69 new cases in Armenia, extended quarantine in villages in Shirak region

  • 95-year-old woman died from coronavirus in Abkhazia

  • Statistics: sick, dead, recovered - Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia

  • Sixth death in Georgia, 29 new cases

  • More new cases in North Ossetia. Vladikavkaz asks South Ossetia to lend ventilators

  • Statistics: sick, dead, recovered - Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia

  • 25 new cases in Azerbaijan, a total of 1,617

  • 19 new cases in villages of the Bolnisi region in Georgia, it has been quarantined since March 25

  • Ingushetian authorities are begging the population to believe in coronavirus and stay home

  • Statistics: sick, dead, recovered - Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia

  • Another death in Armenia. Most of the fatalities are people older than 70

  • Infections soar overnight in Georgia - 25 new cases

  • A timeline of events in the Caucasus related to coronavirus epidemic, April 23-24, 2020

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