Two-week Quarantine Obligation Remains in Force for Citizens Entering Georgia

The two-week quarantine obligation remains in force for citizens entering Georgia, Amiran Gamkrelidze, Director of the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health, announced today. 

He explained that all the citizens entering the country will still have to go through a two-week quarantine, although there may be some exceptions and a person may go into self-isolation instead. 

"The quarantine regime remains in the country, in force for all those entering the country. There may be some exceptions to self-isolation, for instance, in case of one family," Gamkrelidze said.

By Ana Dumbadze 

30 June 2020 14:20