Tamar Gabunia, the Deputy Minister of Health of Georgia stated that the epidemiological situation does not allow for the easing of the restrictions.
“Today’s epidemiological situation is very problematic and does not allow us to relax the restrictions. This is related to the decision to restrict traffic. The restrictions that apply today must all remain in force. You also know that schooling will only be resumed remotely, as there is no other way to address the epidemiological situation. Naturally, it will be important for us in September to look at epidemiological trends. Decisions on regulations will be made accordingly,” Gabunia said.
The Coordination Council of the Government today, August 31 decided studies are to be conducted remotely until October 4, kindergartens are not to open until at least October 4, and restrictions on municipal public transport will continue until September 13.