Restrictions on entry to Armenia have been lifted, along with the requirement to present a PCR test to an employee once every 7 days and observe a 1.5-meter distance during social events and in educational institutions
Journalists from Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine prepared an overview of the anti-vaccination movements in Eastern Partnership countries
New restrictions are aimed to prevent the spread of the new omicron Covid-19 variant in Armenia. The entry of citizens from Africa will be temporarily restricted
Ani Ohanyan celebrated her 30th birthday in the hospital. At the same time, her mother was in the ICU, and her father was being treated at home. Now the most important thing for her is not to infect others.
In Armenia, a new law has been proposed according to which employers must require unvaccinated employees to provide a vaccination certificate or negative PCR test
Here you will not find attempts to convince you to get vaccinated or not. Only information about vaccination, the process and side effects.
Amid Covid-19, people in Armenia were forced to look for new opportunities to preserve their business and develop it
Chipping, infertility and mind control- those are just a few of the myths surrounding vaccination in Azerbaijan
So far, only 2,690 people have been vaccinated. The government considers this a "shamefully low rate" and intends to vaccinate within a week in order to infect with their example
All the details about how the selection of vaccines took place in Armenia, about their characteristics, price and effectiveness
The latest figures are 748 new infections per day. Doctors believe that if there is no action in a week, there will be 3,700 new cases, and hospitals are already loaded
How effective and safe is CoronaVac vaccine?
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
Tourists in Svaneti are being transferred to quarantine
“I was lucky not to be there” vs “I miss the warm wind”
Stories from both doctors and patients
The number of coronavirus cases in Azerbaijan continues to grow and the government has once again introduced a quarantine, but many citizens continue to be unconcerned
We explain what laws were violated by the authorities during the pandemic and why no one was surprised