No State of Emergency or Lockdown Planned in Georgia, Including in Batumi

The Georgian government continues consistent steps in the fight against coronavirus, Head of the Administration of the Georgian Government Natia Mezvrishvili stated during a briefing after today’s meeting of the Interagency Council.

She stated that most of the activities are presently concentrated in Batumi.

“Generally, in terms of enforcement and regulations presently applicable to various events, control has been upgraded significantly, including in Batumi. We would like once again to inform the public that no state of emergency or lockdown is planned in the country, including in Batumi, at this point. Therefore, there is no reason to be concerned. However, restrictions do apply locally as needed. In Batumi, for example, specific restrictions are in force, and so are special restrictions related to the learning process,” Natia Mezvrishvili said.

16 September 2020 17:57