COVID-19 Traveler Information

The safety of Armenian residents and all visitors to our country is our utmost priority as we work together to minimize the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Updated August 12, 2020


IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR TRAVELERS TO ARMENIA

Due to some decrease in the number of COVID-19 related infections, some restrictions are starting to get lifted and Armenia is taking small steps towards restarting tourism in Armenia.

Foreign citizens can once again arrive to Armenia by air, however, immediately upon arrival health check-ups will be carried out to detect travellers infected with novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Afterwards, a mandatory 14-day self-isolation is required. In the meantime, travellers have the possibility (if they choose to) to undergo at their own expense, a coronavirus PCR test. During the isolation, PCR sampling should be performed exclusively by a laboratory specialist executed at the individual's self-isolation location. Based on the results of the latter, in case they are negative, the person can come out of the self-isolation before the 14 days are completed.

Wearing masks at public spaces both indoors and outdoors is mandatory.

The entry to the territory of Armenia by land is still restricted until further notice.

We apologize for any inconvenience this temporary travel ban may cause. These steps are solely taken to ensure public safety during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Hope to welcome you again in Armenia soon #StaySafe #RestartTourism


On March 16, 2020, Armenia declared a state of emergency over the coronavirus.

Armenia and Russia limit passenger traffic, ensuring the return of their citizens to the homeland. The restriction neither applies to citizens of Armenia and Russia returning to their home countries nor to their family members, legally residing persons, diplomatic missions’ staff and their family members, as well as officials having official visits.

The Government of Georgia and Armenia restricted the air and land communication. The restriction neither applies to citizens of Armenia and Georgia returning to their home countries nor to their family members, legally residing persons, diplomatic missions’ staff and their family members, as well as officials having official visits.

EMERGENCY NUMBERS:
Hot lines: 8141; 8003
Ministry of Health of Armenia։ 060 83 83 00
For international calls։ 374 11 20 81 41
Emergency aid - 911