Desperate for vaccines amid surge, Iranians flock to Armenia


              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds of Armenians lined up in the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A Iranian resident receives a shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.  (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A woman gets a shot of coronavirus vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021.  Some hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              A person holds up an Iranian passport as people, most of them residents of Iran stand in line for a vaccine at a mobile vaccination station in the center of Yerevan , Armenia, Friday, July 9, 2021. Armenia’s offer of free coronavirus vaccines to any foreign visitor has drawn many people from neighboring Iran and other countries to the ex-Soviet Caucasus nation. The Iranians initially visited the Armenian border city of Meghri to get the shots, but the Armenian authorities have decided earlier this week that all foreign nationals should get the shots in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. (Lusi Sargsyan/PHOTOLURE via AP)
            
              People stand in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot at a mobile vaccination station in the center of in Yerevan, Armenia, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Hundreds lined the streets of the Armenian capital to get free coronavirus shots, and some spent night on the streets to save on queueing. Under the Armenian government's directives effective since Friday, foreign nationals can only get AstraZeneca shots at five mobile vaccination points in Yerevan. (Vahram Baghdasaryan/PHOTOLURE via AP)