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Georgia has abolished anti-visa entry restrictions for foreigners

15.06.2022 ТАСС 90 просмотров

Foreigners are also exempt from the mandatory period of self-isolation.


The Government of Georgia has abolished the requirement for citizens of foreign countries who enter the territory of the republic to present at the border a certificate with a negative result of a PCR test for coronavirus or a document on the completion of a full course of vaccination. The corresponding resolution, published on the website of the Legislative Bulletin of Georgia, came into force on Wednesday.

"Any person arriving from any country is exempt from the obligation to present a document confirming the completion of a full course of coronavirus vaccination or a negative result of a PCR test on the territory of Georgia when crossing the border," the government decree says.

Foreigners are also exempt from the mandatory period of self-isolation in Georgia, the document says.

The first case of coronavirus infection in Georgia was recorded on February 26, 2020. Several waves of the pandemic have already passed in the country. In December last year, the first cases of infection with the omicron strain were detected in the republic. In February of this year, the Ministry of Health announced that the sixth wave of the coronavirus had begun to decline. During the pandemic in Georgia, which has a population of more than 3.7 million people, 1,658,240 cases of infection were detected, 16,785 patients died from complications of the disease.

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