Armenia suspends public transport to combat coronavirus outbreak

Armenia suspends public transport to combat coronavirus outbreak

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia has extended the one-week restriction of movement order by 12 days as the number of coronavirus cases continues to climb.

Among the new measures unveiled on Tuesday, March 31 is the restriction of free movement of the population between provinces, as well as between Yerevan and the provinces.

The National Security Service and the Police will set up special checkpoints to monitor the movement of people and vehicles.

All public transportation including buses, minibuses, the metro, are suspended from Wednesday, and only taxis and trains are allowed to operate.

But people are still allowed to leave their homes once a day for working out in the street or riding a bike․

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the country reached 571 on Wednesday, April 1. A total of 31 patients have recovered from the disease so far, while three have died.

 Top stories
However, the quarantine declared in the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic has been extended until July 11.
Arman Tatoyan said Ilham Aliyev used expressions threatening the entire Armenian people and insulting their dignity.
Armenian soldiers wounded in Azerbaijan's war against Nagorno-Karabakh will have modern bionic prosthetic arms.
The organizations are observing national parks and state reserves in the country to monitor the wildlife.
Partner news