Coronavirus has made life especially difficult for those who have to continue working despite the risks
quarantine in Azerbaijan
Shops and cafes are closed so people have little to do in town
Baku municipality is introducing surveillance cameras to catch violations of the strict quarantine regulations that were recently reintroduced in the country in large society.
The authorities have decided to offer another lump-sum aid payment due to the re-introduction of the strict quarantine regime
We explain what laws were violated by the authorities during the pandemic and why no one was surprised
“I’m going to dance until morning. And get a tattoo” – residents of Baku make plans for after quarantine
Bright red lipstick, traveling, a house with a garden, and more of life’s pleasures
Teachers and students in Azerbaijan are getting used to learning online. A firsthand account of the pros and cons of the new system.
Residents of Azerbaijani are going to all lengths to leave the house to bypass quarantine prohibitions
Azerbaijanis cannot go outside without SMS permission from the authorities because of the coronavirus epidemic, everything is closed, but few are observing social distance
Who will receive government help, what that help will be, and what the state requires of its citizens in return
Restrictions on leaving the house and disinfection of streets meet with confusion and indignation
Repression in the time of pandemic: Azerbaijani opposition members arrested “for violating quarantine”
And one student who complained about conditions of confinement during quarantine was attacked by “trolls”