Quarantine declared in Armenia by the end of the year

By | September 11, 2020
Quarantine declared in Armenia by the end of the year

Entry to Armenia for non-citizens of the republic will be restricted for the next four months due to the pandemic.
Armenian authorities declared a quarantine throughout the country until January 11, 2021. The government made this decision on Friday, September 11. Quarantine is being imposed in connection with the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and the widespread disease in Armenia.

According to the decision, non-citizens are prohibited to enter the country by land borders, except for diplomatic officials, close relatives of the deceased, and persons engaged in international transportation. In addition, all those entering the country will undergo a mandatory medical examination.

Restrictive measures also apply to social events: they are possible if the number of participants does not exceed 60 people, and personal protection measures and a distance of one and a half meters between participants are observed.

According to Armenia’s health authorities, during the past 24 hours, the coronavirus was detected in 177 people. 45 503 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection have been registered. From the consequences of COVID-19 1 189 people died, 41 534 people recovered.

Recall that earlier Ukraine has updated the red and green lists of countries. The red zone included 46 countries with an increased number of active coronavirus cases.

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