Jan. 22—Regular flights will resume from February 1 in Georgia, said Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Natia Turnava, Trend reports via Georgian media. She made the remark after the Interagency Coordination Council meeting. According to the minister, all air companies operating in Georgia will have an opportunity to plan and carry out regular flights following safety rules and medical protocol. Natia Turnava further said that discussions were ongoing about easing the entry rules for foreign visitors.
Jan. 22—Several coronavirus-related restrictions will be lifted in Georgia in February and in March, following a plan approved at the Interagency Coordination Council meeting, Trend reports via Georgian media. Georgian Infrastructure Minister and the First Deputy Prime Minister Maia Tskitishvili said that since there are signs of an easing of the epidemiological situation in some regions of Georgia, there is also the possibility of lifting several restrictions. Starting February 1: Municipal transport, schools,
Dec. 30—Some 1,738 new confirmed cases of coronavirus were detected in Georgia in last 24 hours, said Berdia Sichinava, representative of the Interagency Coordination Council, Trend reports via Georgian media. He spoke about the latest statistics on coronavirus. Some 4,192 tests were performed in the last 24 hours, including 7,074 antigen tests and 7,118 PCRs. The total number of confirmed cases detected since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic is 225,893. Some 1,494 people have recovered and the total
The FINANCIAL -- In the past 24 hours, 2,904 new infection cases have been confirmed, Berdia Sichinava, Deputy Head of the Task Force under the Interagency Coordination Council, stated during today's briefing at the Administration of the Government. He discussed the latest coronavirus statistics and the Government's efforts as of December 19. "18,824 tests have been conducted throughout the country under the intensive testing program in the past 24 hours, including 9,506 antigen tests and 9,318 PCR tests. Consequently,
The FINANCIAL -- In the past 24 hours, 2,501 new infection cases have been confirmed, Berdia Sichinava, Deputy Head of the Task Force under the Interagency Coordination Council, stated during today's briefing at the Administration of the Government. "Presently, we have 3,759 new confirmed infection cases. Since the first outbreak of COVID-19 in the country, we have had a total of 164,976 confirmed cases. We have 3,988 recoveries in the past 24 hours, increasing the total number of recoveries to 137,499. Unfortunately,