Azerbaijan has been under virtual lockdown since March 24, when the government strictly limited public movement in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Photographer Emin Mathers used his regular walks to the grocery store to document how his fellow Bakuvians dress during their precious moments outdoors during the time of Covid-19
Until recently, there were only 20 families living in Gurdzauli, a village high in the mountains of Adjara. The Covid-19 pandemic and the state of emergency in Georgia brought unexpected change to village life. To avoid the danger of being infected, families started to move back to their ancestral houses. The family of Givi Bolkvadze, 51, is one of them. A videoreportage by Giorgi Bolkvadze, Chai Khana
Azerbaijan has been under a special quarantine regime for more then a week now. People over 65 are not allowed to leave their homes. The Baku metro is completely closed. Only rare passers-by, policemen and disinfectors can be seen in the empty streets of Baku.