Three new novel coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Armenia on March 11, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced Wednesday evening.
He said the patients are two Armenian nationals (aged 45 and 27) and one Italian national (51), who is employed in Armenia. He said all of them have recently arrived from the coronavirus-hit Italy.
Pashinyan said authorities are now tracing their contacts for quarantine. He said according to preliminary info the circle of direct contacts isn’t big.
Pashinyan said only one of the patients, an Armenian national, has developed pneumonia. The other two have no symptoms.