Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said live on Facebook that in order to provide proper medical care to people in need of medical care, we must reduce the likelihood that we will inflict harm on others.
"Today there are 20,000 or 25,000 asymptotic cases in the country. If the number of serious cases increases so much that there will be no place in hospitals, we will have to return to strict restrictions, and life will stop with all its economic and social consequences", Pashinyan said.
He again considered it important to wear masks. "When we walk and people pass by, during that time communication takes place. It is a guarantee that you will not be infected and you will not infect others. It is not 100%, but 95%, but 95% is a very high index", the PM said.
He again called for an anti-epidemic movement, to wear a mask, to disinfect hands, to maintain social distance.