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Pashinyan tests positive for coronavirus

Pashinyan tests positive for coronavirus

14:32 AMT  10:32 GMT
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has contracted the coronavirus for at least the second time, his office said Wednesday, January 26. Pashinyan has no symptoms, but he has self-isolated and is working from home. The Prime Minister had earlier announced that he is fully vaccinated.
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