Paper: new cases of anthrax reported in Armenia

Paper: new cases of anthrax reported in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - According to Hraparak paper, Agriculture Ministry’s State Food Security Service has revealed new cases of anthrax in Armenia’s Akunk village, towns of Hrazdan and Zovuni.

“Quarantine has been imposed in Akunk village. Four citizens have been hospitalized, with anthrax bacteria found in the laboratory analyses. The patients’ condition is reported as stable,” the paper says.

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