By the decision of the Interagency Coordination Council, Georgia will open its land borders from June 1.
“Land borders will be opened and it will be possible to cross the border with a full vaccination certificate and a negative PCR test result, or only a negative result of the PCR test performed in the last 72 hours, if these persons will again be tested within the 72 hours after entering Georgia,” announced Giorgi Gibradze, Chief of the Operational Staff of the Interagency Coordination Council.
The council recommends that all visitors have health insurance, which also covers COVID cases.
In addition, Canada, Japan, Kuwait, China, South Korea, Moldova and Oman will be added to the list of countries whose citizens and residents will be able to cross the Georgian border with a negative PCR result received in the last 72 hours.
By Ana Dumbadze
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