Armenia logs 28 new cases of covid-19 in 24 hours


As of Wednesday morning, 28 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Armenia. The total number of these cases has reached 422,382 in the country, a report has learned from the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Also, two more deaths from COVID-19 were registered, making the respective total 8,603 cases.


No new cases of coronavirus patients dying from some other illnesses were recorded in Armenia in the past one day. The corresponding overall death toll in the country is 1,670 still.

The number of people who have recovered over the past one day is 59, the respective total number so far is 409,588, and the number of people currently being treated is 2,519—a drop by 33 from the previous day.

And 2,481 COVID-19 tests were conducted in Armenia over the past one day, while 2,957,329 such tests have been performed to date.

Share post:



More like this

Widespread snow expected in Southern England this Week

Already, parts of the UK have witnessed a dusting of snow, with Cumbria and Durham experiencing a snowy morning just yesterday. The Met Office, known for its weather forecasts, acknowledges the unpredictability of the upcoming weather pattern

Eurostar suspends Netherlands to London services for six months due to Amsterdam renovations

Eurostar has announced the suspension of its services from the Netherlands to London for a period of six months starting from June next year

Alejandro Garnacho stuns Goodison Park with Puskas Award-worthy bicycle kick

With precision and timing that seemed almost otherworldly, Garnacho charged forward, leaping into the air to connect with the ball in a stunning acrobatic bicycle kick

NASA’s X-59 Supersonic Aircraft: A Leap Towards Faster Transatlantic Travel

This development comes as part of NASA's ambitious "high-speed strategy" aimed at exploring the commercial viability of supersonic air travel