The Decision #147 of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated April 24, 2020, lifts some restrictions on the special quarantine regime in the country. As per the Decision, the following restrictions shall be lifted starting from 27 April 2020 on the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan:
1) Reception of citizens at “ASAN” service centers will start with prior online queuing using ASAN mobile application, web-site and call centers.
2) Activities in the following work and service areas will be resumed:
- Sale of books;
- Sale of newspapers;
- Sale of stationery;
- Sale of cosmetics and perfumes;
- Sale of clothes;
- Sale of shoes and leather goods;
- Sale of gold and other jewelry and pawnshop activities;
- Sale and repair of mobile devices, spare parts and accessories;
- Sale and repair of computer equipment;
- Sale of electronics and home appliances;
- Sale of furniture;
- Sale of automobiles;
- Sale of chemical products;
- Sale of flowers and plants;
- Sale of agricultural machinery, spare parts and equipment;
- Sale of fertilizers and agrochemical products.
- Individual teaching and tutoring services (excluding group classes);
- Printing and copying activities;
- Photo studios;
- Cleaning services in individual apartments;
- Tailor’s services.
Restrictions on the activities in the above-mentioned areas located within shopping centers and malls remain in force.
The movement of persons engaged in areas for which restrictions have been applied shall be allowed after their employer enters information about them into the “icaze.e-gov.az” portal using electronic signature.
The activities of relevant agencies and service areas during the pandemic shall be carried out in accordance with the rules of social and sanitary-epidemiological conduct.
The duration of permits to leave the place of residence on the basis of an SMS sent to 8103 will be extended from 2 to 3 hours.
Since restrictions on some areas of activity are being lifted from the said date, requests for permission shall be sent to 8103 in the following cases:
Number 1 - due to urgent medical necessity and to receive treatment on any schedule;
Number 2 - in connection with the need to purchase food and other daily necessities, as well as medicines, and to use banking and postal services;
Number 3 - in connection with attending the funeral of a close relative.