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Armenia’s borders are open for travelers coming from certain countries, and domestically things are slowly returning to normal.
Entry to Armenia is permitted to anyone that is not a resident of highly impacted countries, and has not been in one for the past 14 days.
Anyone arriving in Armenia will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days, or undergo a PCR test at their own expense and quarantine until results arrive.
Anyone arriving in Armenia may pay for a PCR test and quarantine until results are in.
Public transportation in Armenia is operating.
Restaurants, cafes and bars in Armenia are open.
Most non-essential businesses and attractions in Armenia have opened, under social distancing requirements.
It is required to wear a face mask in public spaces and on public transportation.
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