Update on COVID-19 in Armenia
ARISC is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation in Armenia, and following local regulations in a rapidly changing environment. Following local policies and recommendations, our offices are closed and our staff are working remotely. You can reach our staff by email: Susan Marukhyan Armenia@arisc.org
As of May 28, 2020, Armenia has 8216 confirmed cases (out of which 3287 confirmed recoveries, and 113 deaths) of Covid-19 within its borders. Armenia has suspended entry of most travelers from Iran and has also suspended its visa waiver program for citizens of Iran and China. Armenian citizens are permitted to enter Armenia from Iran after health screening. The country is conducting symptom checks for all travelers entering the country and requesting travelers from affected areas to complete health questionnaires. Individuals who have recently traveled to affected areas in other countries, including China, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Japan, Spain, and South Korea, may be asked to self-monitor or self-quarantine for 14 days. Travelers arriving in Armenia are asked to report symptoms of fever, cough, or difficulty breathing to the Ministry of Health or National Center for Disease Control. Individuals exhibiting fever may be hospitalized for a further health assessment. All the rest in terms of performing the WHO and MOH instructions are followed. The educational institutions are closed until April 14, and a State of Emergency has been declared from March 16 by the decision of the Government, that was approved by the National Assembly. Strict Emergency rules have been introduced on March 24. Updated May 28, 2020.
Representative for Armenia (Armenia “at” arisc. org)
Susan Marukhyan is a public relations and public education expert based in Yerevan, Armenia. She had graduated from Yerevan State Language University after V. Brusov in 1994. In 1996-1997 she studied in the department of International Relations and European Studies in Central European University. Since 1994 she has worked in different foreign and international organizations in the spheres of management and administration, public and media relations and communication, research, translation and publishing. From 2002-2010 she headed the CoE Information Office in Armenia. 2011-2012 she participated in Diplo courses on Internet Governance. In 2018-2019 she completed the Executive MA course on EU Studies with CIFE On-Line Academy, pursuing her master thesis in the sphere of the EU Law. Her research interests include the Internet and political and legal aspects of its development and regulation. She is an ICANN 64 fellow and an individual member of ICANN At Large (APRALO).
ARISC Armenia Branch
The ARISC Armenia Branch ensures ARISC a permanent presence in Armenia. It serves as a hub where visiting scholars to Armenia can meet, seek logistical support, have access to a computer with internet and printing facility.
You could also learn more about the available long-term lodging here: http://www.hyurservice.com/eng/
Information on flights and flight services is available at: http://zvartnots.am
Comprehensive information on food services in Armenia is available on this website: https://www.menu.am/en/
A list of qualified interpreters in Armenia, at:
Information about Yerevan is available at:
Information about Armenian events is available at:
These are some of the services we can assist scholars with. For additional help and information, please do not hesitate to contact us at: armenia “at” arisc.org
Looking forward to help you with assistance and advice here, in Armenia.
National Academy of Sciences
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