From today, August 25, new restrictions enter into force in the country. Food facilities will have to close to 22:00 instead of 23:00.
Within the framework of the qualification stage of the World Cup, the football match between the Georgian national team and Kosovo, scheduled for September 2 at the Batumi Stadium, will be held without spectators, as will all other allowed sports events.
Holding festivals, entertainment and cultural events, concerts and sports competitions, as well as social events, is still forbidden.
Wearing a face mask is mandatory both indoors and outdoors.
At the meeting, the Coordinating Council approved a package of incentives for the vaccination of employees in the private tourism sector, which implies travel companies and food facilities will have various benefits. Fully vaccinated guides will have free access to public services, in particular to state museums, protected areas, and rope-ways.
The Interagency Coordinating Council calls on the population to wear a face mask, maintain a social distance and be actively involved in the vaccination process.
By Ketevan Skhirtladze