Armenia logs 26 new covid cases in 24 hours


As of Tuesday morning, 26 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Armenia. The total number of these cases has reached 422,354 in the country, Armenian has learned from the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Also, three more deaths from COVID-19 were registered, making the individual total 8,601 cases.


No new cases of coronavirus patients dying of some other diseases have been reported in Armenia in the past day. A similar total death toll in the country still stands at 1,670.

The number of people who have recovered over the past one day is 99, the respective total number so far is 409,456, and the number of people currently being treated is 2,625—a drop by five from the previous day.

And 2,258 COVID-19 tests were conducted in Armenia over the past one day, while 2,954,848 such tests have been performed to date.

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