ArmInfo.Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia, Deputy Prime Minister and State of Emergency Commandant Tigran Avinyan assured that there is no leakage of personal data of citizens infected with coronavirus. Avinyan announced this on June 13 during a special meeting in parliament.
The Commandant noted that to date, the Ministry of Health and Emergencies have several electronic applications that help the latter to track the movements of citizens. <Since mid-March of this year, we have been able to identify about 54,000 people who have been in contact with coronavirus-infected citizens. Employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Armenia established a circle of people who had contact with people infected with coronavirus. The system operates to this day, and we still can not give it up. >, the Commandant emphasized.
At the same time, the Deputy Prime Minister said that the database of citizens is stored on a special server. <Attempts to crack it were not observed, although there were several annoying incidents of information leakage from email. Therefore, it was decided to ban citizens' contacts by e-mail>, Avinyan concluded.