27-03-2020, 15:19
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Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's government has continued discussions on measures to neutralize the effects of coronavirus. This was reported by the Information and PR Department of the RA Prime Minister's Staff.

In particular, further steps, mitigation tools and mechanisms for mitigating the situation for individual social groups were discussed. The ideas summarized in the previous discussion were summarized, and a number of proposals aimed at expanding the scope of the social assistance package adopted by the government yesterday were presented.

The Prime Minister referred to the issues touched upon during his telephone conversation with the citizens today and stated that now those who have become unemployed as a result of the coronavirus need urgent support, which should be a priority target. Nikol Pashinyan instructed those in charge to continue the interdepartmental work on the elaboration of the ideas generated and to submit a draft on the basis of a package of social assistance measures and assistance to certain segments of society.

Issues related to the order of implementation of economic and agricultural support programs approved by the government yesterday were also discussed at the consultation.
27-03-2020, 15:03
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Remember when Nikol Pashinyan was newly elected prime minister, he posted a picture from his gym on his Facebook page calling for sports and nutrition to provide athletic data. Even that populist move was a fake, seeing how it (was) attacking food in front of its eyes on a daily basis ...

PS I mean, I don't mean it, but you "lose weight" Mr. Pashinyan, would you say what the secret is ...
27-03-2020, 14:55
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The Ultra Imaging Radiology Scientific Center has been deprived of electricity today due to the noon debt. It is located at 5/7 Paruyr Sevak Street. The Ultra Imaging Directorate alerted Hetq that a seriously ill ambulance was transported to a center at the time of the power outage, which was found in a corridor in the center of the power outage.

Ultra Imaging Medical Director Aram Kocharyan said that their center is conducting difficult research - CT, MRT, Duplex. “We are only ordered to receive emergency patients. The ambulance patient was brought in, and we were going to help, to get medical attention, we had to investigate. The patient was taken to the building, they had to have a brain examination, they were deprived of electricity, ”said Aram Kocharyan.

They tried to get in touch with ENA, but they did not respond.

Aram Kocharyan said that most of the electricity provided by the ENA was paid by the center, with a debt of 500,000 drams.

The center also has a branch in Akhuryan, all of which consumes electricity.

Ultraiming's management sent a letter to the ENA 10 days ago to extend the debt repayment deadline until March 31, as the center was in the process of applying for a dollar loan to pay off its debts. To date, no response has been received from ENA.

"We are making difficult diagnostics with difficult techniques, and the technique is now in great danger because it is the newest MRT device," Aram Kocharyan said.

Aram Kocharyan informed that yesterday they took a dollar loan and fully paid their tax liabilities, paid 70% of their employees' salaries, no employees were fired and were not sent home. A new employee was hired on March 1. Ultraimaging again applied for a loan to pay off its electricity debt. Today the loan had to be approved. However, by 12 pm the electricity was switched off.

Natalia Sarajanyan, head of ENA's Department of Public and Corporate Relations, clarified that the announcement by the Public Services Regulatory Commission to recognize the situation as a force majeure only concerned the debts of the citizens, but ENA would resume power supply for Ultraimaging. Natalya Sarajyan noted that they did not receive a letter from the company. They do not know what address they sent, where they were sent.

“Depending on the situation, if people cannot pay on that day and say they will pay on this day, we will make concessions. Now we will restore the supply of the center, they have promised to pay 31, and we hope they will pay, ”said Natalya Sarajyan.
27-03-2020, 14:50
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The Ultra Imaging Radiological Scientific Center has been deprived of electricity due to the noon debt. It is located at 5/7 Paruyr Sevak Street. The Ultraimaging Directorate alerted Hetq that a seriously ill ambulance was transported to a center at the time of the outage, which was found in a corridor in the center of the outage.

Ultra Imaging Medical Director Aram Kocharyan said that their center is conducting difficult research - CT, MRT, Duplex. “We are only ordered to receive emergency patients. The ambulance patient was brought in, and we were going to help, to get medical attention, we had to investigate. The patient was taken to the building, they had to have a brain examination, they were deprived of electricity, ”said Aram Kocharyan.
27-03-2020, 14:47
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In a state of emergency, the Parish has issued a new ruling restricting economic activity, permitting the operation of certain types of economic activity and imposing a new prohibition on several other types. Armenpress reports that the details of the new decision were stated by the Deputy Minister of Economy of the Republic of Armenia Varos Simonyan.

“In the list of new decision released today we can see the types of activities that can be implemented in the territory of the Republic of Armenia, as well as the types of prohibited activities. The types of economic activities that are not necessary at the moment have been removed, at the same time the types of economic activities that are supportive have been increased, that is, they provide, for example, the uninterrupted work of food products, ”Simonyan said.

The new decision, for example, allowed maintenance and repair of cars, retailing of car parts, accessories, and retailing of motorcycle parts and accessories. According to the previous decision of the Parish, these types of economic activities were prohibited. At the same time, the trade in animal feed and plants and flowers was allowed. “The previous decision banned flower shops. Nowadays the sale of plants, flowers, animals and fodder in specialized stores is allowed, "the deputy minister said.

At the same time additions were made to several types of activities. Printing of notes, checks, and other papers was allowed. He noted that they are important, for example, in drug reports, people read about the effects or the effects of that drug. According to the Deputy Minister, the activities of the laboratories have also been opened.
27-03-2020, 14:25
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In the time of the coronavirus pandemic, Ministry of Health officials are directing primary links to polyclinics in case of persistent suspected symptoms. However, it appears that primary medical chains do not have the ability or desire to carry out basic protective measures.

A citizen who alerted 168.am claimed that when they visited the polyclinic today, they were not allowed in, demanding that they go and buy gloves and masks, and then climb up again.
27-03-2020, 14:25
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The National Center for Disease Control and Prevention of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Armenia has published data on confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in the RA by marzes.

The largest number of patients is in Yerevan, with 151 infected. Yerevan is followed by Kotayk marz, where 57 cases of coronavirus have been registered, followed by Ararat marz - 56 cases, Shirak marz - 5 cases, Lori and Syunik - two cases.

Let us remind that as of March 27, at 10:00 am, 39 more cases of coronavirus infection were confirmed in Armenia, the total number of confirmed cases being 329, National Center for Disease Control and Prevention of the Ministry of Health informs.

The number of patients is 18, the number of actual patients is 311, the number of negative tests is 1625, and the number of deaths is 1.

It should also be noted that a coronavirus has also been confirmed in 5 servicemen, none of whom have pneumonia.
27-03-2020, 14:13
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Today, media reported that a 59-year-old woman died of a one-way pneumonia at Nork Infectious Disease Hospital. According to media reports, the deceased was from the Alapars village of Kotayk marz.

Alapars village mayor Saribekyan told Aravot.am that there is no official final information on the deaths. “The relatives are not home, the boy and her husband have been isolated since yesterday, until the answers are received. A deceased woman has always had health problems for years. "
27-03-2020, 13:57
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Police continue to enforce the Paret decision on restrictions on the free movement of persons to prevent the possible spread of the new coronavirus.

On March 27, from 9:00 am to 15:00 pm, a report on administrative violations was drawn up against 323 persons for violating the rules of isolation or self-isolation or other restrictions on the right to freedom of movement. 1260 persons, 609 in the capital, 651 in the provinces.

On March 27 from 9 to 15 o'clock, traffic police officers found 335 vehicles in the republic with more than 2 persons, and after the Paret decision entered into force by 15 March 15, 1595 mode of transportation. All those who violated the decision were removed from the cars.

The police once again urge the population to strictly restrict them from leaving and leaving the apartment only in case of extreme need, and for the drivers to move only one passenger in compliance with the requirements set out in the Paret decision.
27-03-2020, 13:51
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Artsakh Republic presidential candidate Vitaly Balasanyan released a statement, which we present below:

“Dear Artsakh people
Sisters and brothers

As you know, on March 16, the Government of the Republic of Armenia declared a state of emergency to combat coronavirus, following the example of many countries around the world. That decision was late, but right.

Artsakh and Armenia are not isolated territories. Our citizens are in active contact. Of course, there are no confirmed viruses in Artsakh yet, but if we do not make effective efforts, we cannot guarantee that this infection will not spread to us.

That is why I called ten days ago to declare a state of emergency in the country, and yesterday I provided the President of the country with a statement from my legal team that provided sufficient grounds for the law to declare a state of emergency, and in this regard the executive and the legislature The authorities have specific functions and must make a clear decision. In the case of unwanted developments, they will be fully responsible.

On the other hand, those who try to catch fish in turbulent waters and destabilize the internal political situation in Artsakh should also be held responsible.
I have repeatedly stated that if there are riots directed by foreign forces and shocks, then our enemy may take advantage of this, which is unacceptable. Artsakh is not an ordinary state. Unfortunately, it is not yet internationally recognized and the danger of war is always there. Any internal shock will increase those risks.