YEREVAN. – For about a month, we had an institute of [coronavirus] patients waiting at home, which, of course, were relatively mild cases, but they had to wait at home for some time to be able to be hospitalized; now we have a change in that sense. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated this at Thursday’s Cabinet meeting of the government of Armenia.
In his turn, Minister of Health Arsen Torosyan said: "Yes. It's been a few days that we don't have citizens [with COID-19] who have informed our triage center and are waiting at home. We also have a very small number of people who have been confirmed with the coronavirus disease, and they need to be transferred to medical facilities dealing solely with the coronavirus disease. As of this morning, their number is thirteen. (...). (…) there is no negative trend [in the COVID-19 situation in Armenia], but there is no significant positive trend also."