YEREVAN, may 1 – RIA Novosti. Restrictions on movement of citizens in Armenia, imposed due to coronavirus infection, is scheduled to take off may 4, stated on Friday to journalists by the Deputy Minister of economy of Varos Simonyan.

In Armenia to combat the spread of coronavirus declared a state of emergency from March 16 to may 14. In the country, according to data on Thursday revealed the 2145 cases of infection, 33 patients died.

“the Package of changes will come into effect from 4 may. In particular, it is decided to remove the restriction on free movement. That is, all citizens on the territory of Armenia will be able to move freely. While maintaining the ban on public transport. This is due to the risk of infection,” said Simonyan.

in addition, he said, will be removed almost all restrictions in retail and wholesale trade, but will remain closed until the malls and Department stores.

“will Open all fields of activity processing industry will be allowed to work dry cleaners, hairdressers, beauty salons, resumed production of textiles, furniture, footwear, printing activity”, – noted the Deputy Minister.

According to him, the authorities are also planning to open a Botanical gardens, zoos, nature reserves, sports facilities can only be used for professional activities, will resume the activities of sport clubs.

Simonyan added that the catering facilities can only work under the open sky, the activity of restaurants, bars and cafes in enclosed spaces will remain banned. He added that in parallel with the lifting of restrictions will be adopted special rules and instructions for individual fields.

the world health organization on 11 March announced the outbreak of a new coronavirus infection COVID-19 pandemic. According to the latest world health organization, worldwide there have been about 3.1 million cases, more than 217 thousand people died.

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