The number of cases of coronavirus has reached 188 in Georgia as of Monday morning, Agenda.ge reports.
Pope Francis has begun the first of several Holy Week ceremonies that will be held behind closed doors this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mainland China reported 39 new coronavirus cases as of Sunday, up from 30 a day earlier, and the number of asymptomatic cases also surged, as Beijing continued to struggle to extinguish the outbreak despite drastic containment efforts.
1 new COVID-19 cases have been diagnosed in Armenia in the past 24 hours, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said on social media, signaling what appears to be an abrupt decrease of daily new cases, given that the previous daily cases were 52 (April 4).
On Sunday, at around 5:30pm, Artsakh Republic Defense Army serviceman Arayik Shakhpazyan (born in 2000) sustained a gunshot wound at a Defense Army in the military from a shot fired by Azerbaijan.
About 30 Armenian citizens will arrive from the Netherlands today, news.am reports, citing the Armenian Embassy in the Netherlands.
President Donald Trump has expressed hope coronavirus cases were "levelling off" in US hotspots, saying he saw "light at the end of the tunnel".
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital for tests, 10 days after testing positive for coronavirus, BBC News reports, citing Downing Street sources.
The adversary breached the truce at the line of contact between the Karabakh and Azerbaijani opposing forces more than 170 times, from March 29 to April 4.
34 new cases of the novel coronavirus have been diagnosed in Armenia in the past 24 hours, the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports.
Grigory Martirosyan Friday convened a working consultation devoted to the measures aimed at mitigating the economic consequences of the coronavirus in the republic.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos plans to donate $ 100 million to food banks across America, which is currently experiencing a severe and steep economic downturn due to the coronavirus epidemic, FoxNews reported.
More than a million cases of coronavirus have been registered globally, according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University - another grim milestone as the world grapples with the spreading pandemic.
US Senator Martha McSally is calling on the World Health Organization director general to step down over what she deems his assistance in covering up China's underreporting of the coronavirus, part of an escalating series of GOP criticisms of the organization, Politico reports.
The buses of the Yerevan public transport fleet, currently suspended amid the coronavirus outbreak, have been designated to be used as transportation vehicles for over 650 health workers of 30 different medical facilities of the city, City Hall spokesperson Hakob Karapetyan said on social media.
On Friday, at about 12:35am, Artsakh Republic Defense Army serviceman Garegin Babakekhyan (born in 2000) sustained a fatal gunshot wound at a military unit, and under yet unknown circumstances.
73 coronavirus cases have been diagnosed in Armenia in the past 24 hours.
Another death from COVID-19 has been reported in Armenia. The death toll has reached seven.
British Airways is expected to announce it will suspend around 36,000 staff, BBC News reports.
President of Artsakh Bako Sahakyan visited today the village of Talish to lay a wreath at the memorial on the occasion of the 4th anniversary of the April War, the President’s Office stated.
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