An analysis of samples taken from Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS) employees to identify coronavirus infection yielded a negative result.
There were no cases of virus infection among BHOS employees.
As part of anti-virus measures, Higher School strictly complies with the sanitary and epidemiological norms and rules envisaged by internal regulatory documents.
BHOS strictly monitors compliance with anti-virus measures, such as using disinfectants and medical masks, maintaining a distance between people (at least 2 meters), etc.
Azerbaijan has confirmed 5,246 cases so far, including 61 related deaths.
The country extended the nationwide quarantine until June 15.
On May 29, the country decided to ease some restrictions from June 1, reopening large shopping centers and malls (except for children and other entertainment centers, cinemas, and public catering spaces), allowing outdoor sports events without spectators. Moreover, on-site customer service in restaurants, cafés, tea houses, as well as all public catering establishments will be restored from 08:00 to 22:00 (except for the public catering establishments using hookah and organization of mass festivities, meetings with more than ten people).