Coronavirus: Georgia Reports 14 New Cases, 12 - in Svaneti Village

14 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Georgia during the last 24 hours, 12 in the village of Lenjeri, Georgia's Svaneti region.

The Deputy Director of the National Center for Disease Control, Paata Imnadze, stated on Wednesday that 30 cases of the coronavirus have been recorded in Lenjeri so far.

"More than 400 tests were performed yesterday, and today there are 12 newly confirmed cases," he noted. 

For the record, due to high epidemiological risk, quarantine restrictions have been imposed in Mestia, Ushguli and the village of Lenjeri, Georgia's Svaneti region.

The number of recoveries has increased by 4, reaching 1058.

17 people have died of the virus in the country.

41 citizens of Georgia have been transported to the country from abroad for treatment.

As of today, 203 individuals remain infected with COVID-19 in the country.
By Ana Dumbadze 
12 August 2020 13:47