June 20
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YEREVAN. – At Thursday’s Cabinet session, the interim government of Armenia made a change in its decision on quarantine in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.

Acting Minister of Health Anahit Avanesyan presented these changes, and stated: "The introduction of new measures to prevent coronavirus [in Armenia] has enabled to reconsider the scope of our restrictions. (…). With this plan, those who will have the green passport certifying being vaccinated—that is, will have received two doses—will no longer need to take an additional PCR test to come to our country; that is, the negative PCR test and the green passport will act equally as a border crossing requirement.”

The acting minister noted that this is a requirement to enter Armenia.

According to her, with these changes, the requirement for PCR testing for children up to one year old is also lifted in Armenia.

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