The state of emergency in borderline Aygehovit
10 July 2020
The first month of the summer brought the state of emergency to the village, shortly after here appeared the first case of coronavirus. The mask became as important in Aygehovit as in other hot areas of the pandemic.
Aygehovit is a borderline village in Tavush region. Here women work in the village, whereas men in Russia.
Due to COVID-19, a part of the male workers wasn’t able to leave for migrant work abroad. They were “captivated” in their own villages.
The people of Aygehovit are not upset by difficulties; they cultivate their gardens with the same enthusiasm, prepare piles of grass for the winter, and make canned fruits.
Every day in Aygehovit was an emergency way before the state of emergency.
The village is located on the border of Armenia and Azerbaijan.