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Visiting public places in Georgia will be possible only with "green passports"

08.11.2021 44 просмотров

The Interdepartmental Coordinating Council for Combating Coronavirus under the Prime Minister of Georgia decided to introduce "green passports" for visiting public places from December 1. This was announced on Monday at a briefing for journalists by Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili.

"From December 1, the concept of so-called green passports will be activated <...> From December 1, only citizens with a "green passport" will be able to visit various facilities. These are catering facilities, entertainment centers, cinemas, opera, museums, concert halls, casinos ", - he said after the meeting of the council.

Citizens of the republic will become holders of "green passports" after completing a full course of vaccination against coronavirus, or a PCR test within 72 hours, or an express test 24 hours before visiting a public places. The innovation will apply to people who have recovered from the coronavirus, Garibashvili added. According to him, "green passports" will also be valid for tourists.

The first case of coronavirus infection in Georgia was recorded on February 26, 2020. The country has already passed several waves of the spread of infection. In October, the epidemic situation again began to deteriorate sharply. During the pandemic, 755,046 cases of coronavirus infection (20.25% of the population) were detected in Georgia, 693,129 people recovered, 10,509 patients died from complications of the disease. and Sinovac Biotech. However, at the moment, its pace has seriously fallen. According to the latest data, 952,831 people received both components of the vaccine, which is 25.55% of the population.

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