The country has struggled to contain the virus over the past several months, but doctors have successfully treated over 27,000 patients, including 101-year-old Nazani Simonyan who was diagnosed with Covid-19 and double pneumonia.
Armenian elders overcome Covid-19
Two brothers living together in the Armenian capital Yerevan, focused on their studies and following the footsteps of their pediatrician father, Dr. Aram Harutyunyan.
A family on the frontlines
Anahit and Ashot found love online, joining the new generation of internet couples in Armenia.
Friend requests, emojis and an online engagement: A modern love story
62-year-old Karen fears dying alone. He and his wife Silva, 56, are childless and live in a village in Vayots Dzor, in south-east Armenia.
For 20 years, Syuzanna Patvakanyan has been a mother without a child, grieving her daughter in absentia and desperately looking for her. Syuzanna was just 16 when she found out she was pregnant.
'The child has disappeared': Armenian women fight to find their lost children
The same four walls. Day after day. Week after week. Most Armenians were confined to their homes for the better part of two months as part of the government’s efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus. For some, the experience felt like prison.
Armenia: Former convicts say quarantine is challenging, but not “prison”
Shafi, moved to Armenia in 2012 after stumbling upon it on Google. He says he immediately felt a connection with the Armenian people.
Finding a home, 4000 km away
After nearly two years of interrupted learning, Armenia’s nearly 400,000 secondary students are back in class full time this year.
Two years into the pandemic, distance learning remains a challenge in Armenia
Forced to leave their homes after the 2020 Karabakh war, thousands are adjusting to new lives with limited assistance.