Entry restrictions at the Georgian border will be imposed on the citizens arriving from Germany, France, Austria and Spain, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said at the Cabinet meeting on Thursday.
According to him, all Georgian citizens returning from these countries will undergo a 14-day quarantine regime, and foreign nationals must provide a PCR certificate of coronavirus at the border or undergo a quarantine regime.
“The regime of crossing the Georgian border, is tightening both for our and foreign citizens. As you know we have already imposed some restrictions for the citizens returning from China, South Korea and Italy, this regime will also apply to the citizens arriving from Germany, France, Austria and Spain, which means that all Georgian citizens returning to Georgia will undergo a 14-day quarantine regime while foreign citizens will have to submit PCR certificate of coronavirus, otherwise they will undergo the 14-day quarantine,” the Prime Minister said.
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