Armenian citizens will be able to enter Russia starting February 1 under new rules
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Domestic violence, discrimination against people with disabilities and non-traditional sexual orientation are also named among the main problems of the country.
As governments grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, an accompanying problem is growing - the alarming number of masks and gloves that have appeared in landfills
Negotiations are under way to purchase four vaccines - Sputnik V, Moderna, Pfizer and AstraZeneca. Some of the country's health workers have already been vaccinated with a Russian drug
Coronavirus, two wars, thousands of protesters in the streets, early elections – a run through of the main events in Armenia in 2020
The Minister of Health warns that another exacerbation may begin as early as mid-January - due to active contacts between people during the New Year holidays
Abkhaz Diaspora in Moscow allocates money to a pay rise for Abkhaz doctors
Doctors call on citizens to follow anti-epidemic rules, as the wounded in the Karabakh war need their help too
Even during the peak of the first wave of the epidemic there were never over a thousand new infection cases in one day in the country. Doctors call on everybody to strictly observe anti-epidemic rules
Figures from the first half of 2020 fell by half compared to the same period in 2019
USA at 55th, Azerbaijan at 59th, and Armenia at 73rd on this list
The ministry of education has published a list of rules for the new school year in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Classes start September 15, after the state of emergency is lifted.
According to the minister of health, taking into account economic activity and the number of citizens returning to the country, no less than 250 infections per day are projected.
Schools, universities open, TV anchors may work without masks. State of emergency restrictions loosened in Armenia
The state of emergency in Armenia came into force on 16 March. It has been extended multiple times, most recently until 11 September.
The peak of the coronavirus epidemic in the country has passed, but the disease continues to spread. Many schools do not have basic hygienic conditions.
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The permitted beaches operate under restrictions, and the prohibited ones do not